Gabriel Attal, savior or killer of Emmanuel Macron? | EUROtoday

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“QWhat a pretty boy he is, daddy's murderer! » we said while listening, Tuesday January 30, Gabriel Attal, 34, a former student of Sciences Po, deliver his long speech as the youngest Prime Minister of the Ve Republic, at full speed in front of the deputies, then more calmly in front of the senators the next day. Beneath his appearance as a good student, despite the effort he shows in quoting – often, and with respect – the one who appointed him to Matignon, despite the fatigue of long meetings in the field with peasant leaders and nights of preparation of speeches which deepened his dark circles, what freedom of tone! And what audacity!

None of his three predecessors under Macron's reign – Édouard Philippe, Jean Castex and Élisabeth Borne – had dared to speak of “de-emcardizing France”,…

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