The former Minister Delegate for Citizenship, whom we have seen several times on the set of “Touche pas à mon poste”, explains at the microphone of Pascal Praud to think about different “proposals”.
Last May, Le Figaro revealed that Marlène Schiappa, who was not a legislative candidate, cherished the wish to join the small screen. The Secretary of State for Equality between Women and Men, who became Minister Delegate for Citizenship in 2020, spoke about this subject at the microphone of Pascal Praud, this Tuesday on CNews, in “L’Heure des pros”, where she gave information along these lines.
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“I’m discussing it.explains Marlène Schiappa. I can’t tell you more for now. I have to choose among proposals, maybe I will have others that will also arrive. I am thinking.” The regional councilor for Île-de-France came to present on the channel the tenth book she wrote from Beauvau, Is that a good situation, minister?which will be released on June 8 by the Observatory editions.
“We talk a lot, with Cyril Hanouna”, continues Marlène Schiappa. The Minister had, as we remember, expressed the wish to see him lead the debate between the two rounds. In an interview given to Parisian at the beginning of June, the host explained that he had in mind a project of free antenna for the one who was the first to [l]support it” and that he considers a “friend”. “I told her about a program called “Allô Marlène” where she would help people in the evening. More on the radio, for that matter. But we don’t have a broadcaster.detailed Cyril Hanouna, who remains convinced that “lots of radios could be interested”.
The former minister, whom we saw last December preparing poached eggs at Cyril Lignac, assures, on CNews, that she will not take the lead in a program broadcast on C8. She also specifies that joining the public service is not part of her prospects.
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