Updated 08/05/2021 17:39
The former Minister of the Interior and Transport, Florencio Randazzo, again signed up as a candidate, now a national deputy, and in his eagerness to break the polarization between the Frente de Todos and Juntos por el Cambio, he launched a striking campaign spot in the that an impersonator of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner appears who does not stop insulting.
In the first spot, which will be broadcast from Sunday, August 8, there is a dramatization of the 2015 conversation between Cristina Kirchner, then President of the Nation, and Randazzo, who as minister rejected the offer to decline her presidential candidacy to go as a candidate for governor of the province of Buenos Aires.
An impersonator of Cristina Kirchner says: "Listen to me, Florencio, he was thinking: you are going to be governor and not to STEP as president."
Randazzo answers: "No, no, Cristina, I was going to compete in the PASO for president. We had already talked about it. I fulfilled, you fulfilled."
Randazzo, put a Cristina Kirchner insulting in his new campaign spot.
And in the dramatization, Cristina launches many insults: "Florencio, to do what I say is to comply, the p ... mother. I don't give a c ... the word, if you go as governor you win."
Later, Randazzo responded again: "I do care about the word. I comply, that's why I can be President and Daniel (Scioli) cannot."
And there is another harsh response from the former president: "I always knew you were not one of us. I recontracted ... in all of them and the p ... mother who gave birth to them."
At the end of the scene, two captions appear:
"He said no to Cristina"
, and "He said yes to you."
And he closes with the motto: "They are not all the same, Florencio does well".
While in a second spot, in the middle of the last week of the Tokyo Olympics it is on a basketball court.
Randazzo appears shooting to the hoop, he says that he has played this sport since he was young and that among his teachings is teamwork and the need to make a change since "with the two teams that have been ruling for decades, we lost everything."
The former Minister of Transportation closes: "Let's play to win, let's go more, let's go with you", and the anti-crack text appears that indicates: "Neither from one side nor the other, yours", to conclude with the campaign slogan of Randazzo: "Florencio does well".
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