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Don't say ‘monsieur Sarkozy, say, ‘monsieur le président’
Nicolas Sarkozy (64) is still on its stripes, even though he is already almost seven years, no French president more.

On Sunday, he was next to current president Emmanuel Macron present at the commemoration of the victims of the WWII battles around the Plateau des Glières, where at least 120 French resistance fighters were killed, this year, 75 years ago. The ceremony took place in Thônes (Haute-Savoie). the

Sarkozy, president between may 2007 and may 2012, and later party leader of Les Républicains and in 2017 in the preliminary round defeated in the presidential election, is the de facto political retirement. That does not take away that he still wants to appeal to ‘monsieur le président’. There was a journalist from the tv programme Quotidien behind. the

They dared at the start of an interview to just ‘monsieur Sarkozy to say. Something he did not was served. On a drukbekeken video on Twitter, you see a surprised Sarkozy stamelend respond with the words “no”, “how do you me, (called) ..” and “I do not understand (how you give me mentions) ...” The journalist takes over and focuses this time, however, to “monsieur le président”, to the satisfaction of Sarkozy.

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