In the midst of the internal struggle that Together for Change is going through, the national deputy and libertarian presidential candidate, Javier Milei, said that "it is too late" to make analliance with the aspiring president of the PRO Patricia Bullrich.
"It's too late, we are very close to putting together the lists. I have a good relationship with Mrs. Bullrichand I also appreciate her, as well as Mr. Mauricio Macri, but it seems that it is too late," Milei replied about the possibility of a political alliance with the former Minister of Security.
After Macri rejected the arrival of Cordoba Governor Juan Schiaretti to Together for Change, which caused strong political turbulence in the opposition coalition, the libertarian leader said: "I warned them that they were going to be betrayed by those people."
"Nothing good can come out of those people. A guy who betrays once always betrays," shot Milei, in what seems to be a dart aimed at the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, and the governor of Jujuy and head of the radicalism, Gerardo Morales.
The sharp statements of the libertarian came in the midst of the tense situation that Together for Change is going through, after knowing the intention of Morales and Rodríguez Larreta to add the Cordovan leader in the armed opposition.
Milei's position was known at a time when Together for Change is on the verge of rupture, as warned by presidential candidate Patricia Bullrich, who attributed to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta the possibility of fracturing the ruling coalition with his "attempt to put actors who were not there through the window."
In this context, the leader of La Libertad Avanza predicted: "If I enter the second round (electoral) I will be the next president."
"A guy who betrays once always betrays," Milei fired, in what appears to be a dart aimed at Horacio Rodriguez Larreta and Gerardo Morales. Photo Juano Tesone
In addition, the libertarian said that "he would not set foot in Together for Change" and described his leadership as "the failures who sank the country," with whom he does not negotiate.
Milei said that in Together for Change are "Mr. Morales, with 34 years living in the State; Larreta, 30 years living in the State; (Elisa) Carrió, from democracy and before because he was with the dictatorship, (the national senator and pre-candidate for governor of Córdoba Luis) Judge, who is a chameleon because he was a Kirchnerist, was everything. "
Nor would I set foot in Together for Change, because it is a structure doomed to failure. This is how the Alliance (1999-2001) failed, which was a reunion to win; It was successful for that, but a disaster governing," he said.
In dialogue with A24, Milei fired: "Cambiemos joined with the unviable radicals, with Carrió, who is more unviable than the radicals because it is a detachment from the left of the radicals, and the popcorn, the lukewarm, who are Kirchnerists with good manners but have the same ideas, who believe that because they say it well and are more neat they are different, but they are the same thing."
He also attacked Rodríguez Larreta and said that there are alleged operations against him "from the operetta plant that operates in Uspallata (headquarters of the Buenos Aires Government) in charge of the incident, which has equipment to dirty people."
"There are people willing to do anything to be in power, it has to do with problems of ego, greed and lust," he said.