Saturday evening on the France 2¸ talk show, the former Keeper of the Seals and the host had a tense exchange after a question related to the Covid crisis.
A premonitory program launch. From the first minutes of this thirteenth issue of Quelle époque” on France 2, Christophe Dechavanne boasted of having a concrete example of “loss of lucidity of his guest”, Christiane Taubira. ” I’m waiting for you “, the main interested party had then replied in a light but provocative tone.
An hour later, the politician was asked a question by the host about vaccination in Guyana during the Covid crisis. “Your voice carries”, had he initiated before asking “Why didn’t you suggest that Guyanese go reasonably to get vaccinated given what was happening at home? “.
A question from the pair of Lea Salame which did not please the former presidential candidate who cut it short. We have to stop constantly rehashing the same fads, ”she said. After an enumeration of arguments, however approved by Christophe Dechavanne, Christiane Taubira was exasperated to see that this subject was still on the table. “You are going to make a soap opera for how many centuries? » she got annoyed.
“I fight, I return the blows”
A quarter-turn start that surprised the permanent guest of the Two talk show. “So we can’t basically contradict you?” »he questioned distraught. “No, it is not a question of contradicting me, but me, here, I have the right to contradict you”, retorted Christiane Taubira. Speechless in the face of this remark, Christophe Dechavanne was able to count on the support of Daniel Cohn-Bendit, also invited, to try to calm the debate.
Without success, the former Keeper of the Seals has not ceased to vituperate that we attack her and no one else. “I’m trying to understand, it’s crazy anyway! »finally interrupted the exasperated host, before asking Cohn-Bendit ” help “.
“I am a politician, I have taken blows. So I fight and I give back”she concluded with a slight grin before confessing “that she still appreciated Christophe Dechavanne”. A remark that did not fail to make the main interested party smile.