Franck Riester, who is said to have been Minister of Culture before being appointed Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, in recognition of his results, was the guest of France Inter on Saturday morning. We don’t know why. However, we learned that he was satisfied with Article 24 voted by the majority under the conditions that we know, after a positive debate, according to him, in the Assembly and in public opinion. Well. But, where he best deployed his singular talent, it was when he was asked to comment on the holding of the G20 in Riyadh, under the presidency of Saudi Arabia, of which he was nevertheless reminded of the attacks on freedoms. and women’s rights in particular. France, he says, is used to expressing itself to countries “Who are concerned by this type of problem”, but it is unlikely that she will do so on this occasion. Franck Riester does not even speak the language of wood. He chews softly words that say nothing. He invented the marshmallow tongue.