Manon Fossat 08:12, February 06, 2022

On Europe Matin Week-End on Sunday, the Divers right mayor of Béziers, Robert Ménard, returned to the meetings of Eric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen on Saturday, which are fighting an open battle for the presidential election.

He considered that the candidate of the Reconquest party has "little or no chance of becoming head of state".

It was the duel of the weekend: Eric Zemmour in a meeting in Lille in front of 7,000 sympathizers, Marine Le Pen in Reims against 4,000 activists. Two rooms two atmospheres for the candidates of the national right in the presidential election, while the gap is closing. Guest of Jean-Pierre Elkabbach in Europe Matin Week-End on Sunday, the mayor of Béziers Robert Ménard returned to this remote duel on Saturday and considered that the candidate of the Reconquest party has a vision "too pessimistic of France". 

"The difference between the two is the tone. Eric Zemmour has a very dark vision of France. He continues to be brutal, hard, brittle. And he is wrong to do that because it divides France and France has no no need to be even more divided […] There is little or no chance that he will be head of state today,” he said.

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