President Alberto Fernández presented the candidates who will head the lists of the Frente de Todos in the City and province of Buenos Aires. During his speech at a factory in Escobar, he praised Victoria Tolosa Paz, then it was Daniel Gollan’s turn, and Gisella Marziotta followed.
“In the City, with Gisella, a young woman, whom we know in her journalistic work, has written a wonderful book that I liked to read from Loves under fire“, the President specified with some difficulty while Marziotta repeated the name of the book under his breath.
And immediately, to try to justify the confusion, he specified: “There is a book by Bukowski called Difficult Loves and I always get difficult loves. “
But the book that the president mentioned was not written by the German-born American but by the Italian Italo Calvino.
The book that Alberto Fernández attributed to Bukowski but wrote Otalo Calvino.
In a few seconds, on social networks they made a new mistake for the President during a speech.