Didier Raoult is once again at the heart of the news. The scientist is the subject of an incriminating article published in Le Monde, signed by several medical organizations who accuse him of having carried out therapeutic trials that they describe as "wild". On this occasion, Didier Raoult was invited this Tuesday, May 30 on BFMTV. A sequence that turned sour.
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"It went very badly. He did not appreciate the tone of the questions which was extremely aggressive towards him. He felt that he could not explain himself and there was a clash. So we will finally have his explanations in length because he has been cut a lot, "details Gilles Versez, tonight in "Touche pas à mon poste". A few minutes later, the professor is present by videoconference in the C8 talk.
Not afraid of sanctions
Indeed, the exchange between Bruce Toussaint and Didier Raoult was tense this morning in "Le Live Toussaint". While the journalist proposes to broadcast an excerpt with Professor Molimard, head of pharmacology at the University Hospital of Bordeaux and at the initiative of the text that accuses him, his guest gets carried away: "No! I'll hang up if you do that. I don't talk to people who insult me. All right, we stop the interview. Don't try to give me a power grab. I don't read your nonsense, I don't listen to your TV." Bruce Toussaint then tried to calm his interlocutor, in vain. "I totally understand! Guys insult him all day and then they want to ask him questions. It's crazy. We're walking on our heads!" comments Cyril Hanouna after the broadcast of the excerpt.
For long minutes, "Touche pas à mon poste" will offer a right of reply to Professor Didier Raoult, who claims that the Council of the order has decreed that he had "the right to prescribe hydroxychloroquine". He then declares, "not to be afraid of sanctions" for his career since he is retired.
Accomplice with Cyril Hanouna
It is then with complicity that Cyril Hanouna and Didier Raoult compare their respective media treatments. "I noticed that you were the target of a lot of evildoers," says the professor before adding with a laugh "we live very well like that". An analysis supported by the troublemaker of C8. "I do the same. People who speak ill of me, I don't read them." "So I can tell you that I don't read much," he concludes.
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