“They tried to convince me to give up Christina, I would never do that, she doesn’t deserve it”
The president recounted that the pope had warned him when he assumed he would be “attracted” by different sectors. He also referred to the internal dispute over the agreement with the International Monetary Fund.
president Alberto Fernandez He returned from his trip to the United States and gave an extensive streamed interview on YouTube, in which, among other topics, he revealed a request the “opposition” had been making to him, which he had not heard proper names: “For years he tried to persuade me to hand over Christina.” “I would never do that,” he added, because the vice president “didn’t deserve it.”
The head of state was invited to the Youtube channel El Método Rebord, where the presenter is Thomas Raybord Extensive interviews with relevant personalities. In this context, Fernandez spoke about the advice Pope Francis gave him when he took office and related it to the vice-president’s judicial situation.
“Of all the advice I have heard, there is one that I followed in the letter the Pope gave me. You are going to have a hard time,” he told me. The only thing I ask of you is that they will pull you from all sides, swallow saliva and count to ten before answering.
The president said Francisco’s recommendation was fulfilled “to the letter” and assessed that it served him because if he had not followed the advice “he would have broken the political space”.
He admitted that “the worst thing that could happen, as an Aryan, is that I would allow myself to be carried away by the impulse and reaction and I would break the calm or the political space.”
The interviewer went further in the revelation and asked him about situations in which he feels “attracted by something”. Fernandez replied, “So many times, but in the end I did what I thought I had to do.”
He continued with his ad of “screwing”. “I’m not talking about my political space,” he said, “I’m also talking about the opposition that for years tried to get me to hand it over to Christina.”
Fernandez emphasized that the opposition does not know him, because “that (extra Cristina) will never do that.” He added, “Mainly because Christina doesn’t deserve it, not because I wouldn’t, but because she doesn’t deserve it.”
He also said that he was “often” pulled by his own forces to make decisions he did not agree with, and the IMF is an example of that.
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