Marine Le Pen, taken to task by Eric Zemmour in his latest book, mocked Thursday the "testament" of his rival from the last presidential election by deploring his "settling of accounts".
"In politics, there is a rule which is very clear: when you write a book of settling of accounts, it's called a will, it means that we are leaving", reacted on BFMTV and RMC the head of the deputies RN.
"Because otherwise, we are not making a book of reckoning, we are making a book to propose, to trace roads, we are making a book to describe the constructive opposition to current policy," she added. .
In "I did not say my last word", which comes out this Thursday, the former polemicist, who came in fourth position in the presidential election of April 2022 with 7.07% of the vote, shoots arrows at Marine Le Pen, but also to the mayor of Béziers Robert Ménard or to the president of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region Laurent Wauquiez.
Marine Le Pen "does not care about ideas; in her eyes, all those who like their handling are only ideologues. She dresses up in the tinsel of pragmatism her contempt for concepts and culture", criticizes in particular the president of Reconquest! in his book.
"The ideas, I respect them of course, I defend them. But behind there are men and women. Maybe that's what Éric Zemmour, for once, forgot during his presidential campaign" , she replied.
"The ideas, the political proposals that we make, they apply to men and women" and "the people are indeed the essential element of my reflection", she insisted.
03/16/2023 11:27:17 - Paris (AFP) - © 2023 AFP