There is a liability between
The cartoonists of the satirical weekly have repeatedly made fun of the programs of the star host of C8.
This Wednesday, March 22, in "Touche pas à mon poste", Cyril Hanouna thus took advantage of the presence of Loïc Signor, spokesperson for the Renaissance party who came to defend the pension reform and the television interview with Emmanuel Macron, for the question on the front page of
dating from this Wednesday.
We see the head of the President of the Republic falling from a guillotine, with the title: “
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What do you say to that?"
“Asks the host, who fired his arrows yesterday at host Thomas Sotto.
I was, I am and I will always be Charlie
, answers Loïc Signor immediately
I have always defended
”, resumes Cyril Hanouna, for whom this attitude is akin to “
Are you kidding?
“, he is surprised then.
"Not always, Cyril Hanouna, but in any case it does not shock me, because it is
, justifies Signor, who was a journalist at CNews before committing to Emmanuel Macron.
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Not convinced, the host raises: “
With what is happening at the moment, do not you think it puts oil on the fire?
Loïc Signor does not think so.
And remember that there is a right to satire.
“Yes, but it has to be funny!”
, retorts Cyril Hanouna.
“Everyone has their humor, you don't make everyone laugh, I think, and yet you are on television every evening,”
replies the spokesperson for the presidential party.
Conclusion of the host:
“The guys who say “I will always be Charlie”, it is, for me, a speech of extreme demagogy.
Last November, the weekly caricatured Cyril Hanouna, in an article entitled
Tele-trash: a week with Hanouna
, as a prehistoric man bringing order to the club.
Three front pages have already been dedicated to him.
The last, which dates from January 2019, was titled: “Hanouna, repression in your living room”.
That of May 2017, particularly colorful, described it rather as a "hemorrhoid of the PAF".
If he assured three years ago to have
to these publications, Cyril Hanouna, this Wednesday, expressed his annoyance at this kind of satire.