Guest to Half past eight in the episode of June 4th Marco Travaglio. First thought in the living room of Lilli Gruber going to Matteo Salvini: “These mergers have never done well, like Fini-Berlusconi”, begins the director of Everyday occurrence to the question of the La7 presenter who asked the center-right federation for comment. “Draghi doesn’t care less about having one or two parties – he continues -, I see Matteo Salvini in great difficulty, he is looking for a permanent center of gravity. He tells a lot of lies about referendums because he doesn’t know where to go”. Of the same opinion too Paolo Mieli.
The was director of the Corriere della Sera recognizes “chaos” within Forza Italia, for him there is a question mark around the League leader’s proposal: “Who knows – he wonders – where they will end up. The idea could only be functional if Salvini were also approached in Europe to the more moderate “. Then it is again the turn of Labor that tries to put discord between Giorgia Meloni and Matteo Salvini: “The leader of the League did not think he would be overtaken. It is certain that if the Lega Nord players see Salvini reduced as he presented himself yesterday, then it is normal that they prefer Meloni”.
In short, a free insult to the number one of the Carroccio who the day before had brought Gruber a bouquet of flowers and – according to the presenter – had proved very calm and reasonable. Enough for the journalist to overwhelm the archenemy par excellence. However, Mieli always thinks about bringing it back to reality, remembering how both Lega and Fratelli d’Italia are growing: “If Meloni surpasses it, overtakes it uphill. The losers are only Pd and M5s “.