We hardly dared to believe it when we heard the news. Jean-Pierre Pernaut will leave the 13 hours of TF1 in three months. With him, a certain idea of France is leaving. A certain image of France with real people in the regions. We don’t see too many unemployed people, demonstrators, wars are far away like poverty and hunger. As said, in the Parisian, a reader who will regret his departure, “I don’t want to see atrocities at 1 p.m.”. Despite his 50,000 euros per month at the very least, Jean-Pierre Pernaut is an average Frenchman. It is he who says it: “I live normally, I take out my trash, I do my shopping at the supermarket, I chat with my neighbors. “ It is so obvious that one wonders a little why to specify it. “I was as natural as possible. I sometimes made my emotions or my nervousness felt, but I never had a bad word on political news. “ Of course.
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