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Presidential 2022: Marine Le Pen believes that Eric Zemmour has not succeeded in his "transformation from polemicist to candidate"

2021-11-28T12:48:15.313Z

“The candidate's exercise is an exercise in which he is not comfortable. It doesn't add value to our ideas, ”she says.



Marine Le Prend urges Eric Zemmour not to stand for the presidential election.

Asked about LCI this Sunday, the far-right candidate believes that the polemicist, whose potential electorate partly overlaps his own, has not succeeded in donning the candidate's costume.

“The transformation from polemicist to candidate did not happen.

He doesn't seem very comfortable doing it, ”she said.

"By being a presidential candidate, he tends to weaken our scores and our ideas rather than strengthen them," she laments.

🔴 On Eric's middle



finger

#Zemmour

🗣️ @MLP_officiel: "The transformation from polemicist into presidential candidate has not happened. The exercise of presidential candidate is an exercise in which he is not uncomfortable."



📺 #LeGrandJury on #LCI pic.twitter.com/6O4B4oOxeA

- LCI (@LCI) November 28, 2021

She insists.

“The candidate's exercise is an exercise in which he is not comfortable.

It does not add value to our ideas ”.

She then encourages him to withdraw from the race in which he has not officially started.

“It's time to come together”.

"I want to tell him that after all we can serve our country in a thousand ways", she suggests, "in a thousand functions ... other than that of candidate for the presidency of the Republic".

Also returning to the finger of honor sent Saturday to a woman who had made him one in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône), Marine Le Pen believes that, "when you want to be President of the Republic, you have to be able to keep calm, control your

instincts

, since we are talking about instinct ”.

Source: leparis

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