Macron jokes on CNN after a question about the Mar a Lago document concerning him

Macron jokes on CNN after a question about the Mar a Lago document concerning him



The French President was interviewed in New York by journalist Jake Tapper.

INTERNATIONAL – After Emmanuel Macron was stuck in New York traffic on Wednesday, preventing him from honoring an interview on CNN, Emmanuel Macron caught up this Thursday, September 22.

On the set of the American channel, the French President was questioned notably by journalist Jake Tapper about the document containing “information about the President of France” among those seized by the FBI on August 8 at Donald Trump’s Florida home.

“I read newspapers about it. If you have more info I’d appreciate it,” Emmanuel Macron joked in response. as you can see below in the video of 20 minutes isolated by a journalist.

“You don’t know what it’s about? ‘ Jake Tapper insisted.

“I’m not part of the FBI, I’m not one of Donald Trump’s attorneys. I have no information on this subject,” the head of state replied more seriously. “It’s not very pleasant to see this kind of information, but I’ve been trying to be less paranoid lately,” Emmanuel Macron continued, before stating, “I’m here, I’m cool. I would like to know more but there is nothing on my site. »

On Aug. 8, U.S. federal officers conducted a search of Donald Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago, Fla., and seized “twenty boxes” of top-secret documents and information about the “President of France,” according to The Wall Street Journal. .

No further details were given on these items or whether it is the current President of France.

The aim of this search was to recover highly confidential documents that the former American President had taken with him when he left the White House. American law strictly regulates the ownership of documents classified as confidential.

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