Rachida Dati a taclé en plein direct a journaliste Léa Salamé. MaxPPP
Ce mercredi 31 janvier 2024, la ministre de la Culture Rachida Dati était l'invitée de la matinale sur France Inter. Cette dernière n'a pas manqué de tacler Léa Salamé.
Des échanges remarqués. Pour la matinale de France InterThis Wednesday, January 31, Rachida Dati was the guest of Nicolas Demorand and Léa Salamé. The new Minister of Culture was on public service radio to discuss Gabriel Attal's general policy declaration but also the priorities and ambitions of his ministry.< /p>
"You are a star"
The appointment of Rachida Dati to the government was a surprise, and she therefore succeeds Rima Abdul-Malak in Culture. While his intervention was expected on the radio this Wednesday morning, tension took over.
The Minister of Culture is a loyal listener to the public service station, as a result, Nicolas Demorand praised her "hardworking" side. "It may seem baroque but you know the grid by heart", he added, quoted by Télé Loisirs. But these words have no more meaning for Rachida Dati.
"You see Nicolas Demorand your sectarianism. Why is Baroque ?", she's surprised on the air. The two journalists quickly defended themselves, but obviously that was not enough to calm the minister. "I love France Inter, I will tell you why, because it's one of the rare radio stations where the presenters are not the stars of the schedule. It’s the program that’s the star of the grid. I know, Léa Salamé. You are a star, because I see you a bit like that", she said, while tackling the journalist.
Raphaël Glucksmann's partner still wanted to respond to this dig, but in a less virulent manner. "Well no, you have reason. I'm very, very happy that you said that", she said. After a return to calm, Rachida Dati took the opportunity to emphasize her loyalty to the radio. "I's been listening to the radio forever. I'm quite an insomniac, I listen at night. And I listen for example Little boats with my daughter", she confided.