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"He's a dumb man, without interest!" : Christophe Hondelatte tackles the new presenter of "Bring in the accused"


On Twitter, the host is not tender with the program he once presented on France 2 and which is now broadcast on RMC Story.

Christophe Hondelatte never has his tongue in his pocket.

He proved it again on Friday in a message on Twitter, in reaction to a promotional video from RMC Story to announce the new season of "Bring in the accused" and especially the new host.

His face is never revealed in this trailer, but we already know that it is Christophe Delay, historical presenter of the morning of BFMTV.

He replaces Rachid M'Barki landed and joins Dominique Rizet who remains in the cult show.

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Christophe Hondelatte, the former host of "Bring in the accused" who after having made the great hours of France 2 has experienced a second youth since January 2020 on RMC Story, is not tender with the presenter of the cult program.

According to him, his role has changed since his time.

It has nothing to do with it anymore!

He doesn't do any interviews, doesn't meet any protagonist (lawyer, judge, investigator, expert, etc.).

He's just a stump man!

In other words, it's pointless!!

“, writes the journalist who now officiates on Europe 1 in “Hondelatte tells”, a program which prances at the top of the most listened to podcasts in France.

A rant that recalls his latest, addressed to Léa Salamé and France 2 this time, in February.

In question: the interview with Charles Sobhraj, alias The Serpent, in "What time!".


We can't receive a serial killer!"

 “, he had estimated, still on his personal Twitter account.

Source: lefigaro

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