Eduardo Feinmann’s comment that surprised Pablo Rossi: “People like you…”
In his usual pass LN+, Edward Feinman made his colleague laugh, paul rossi, with a series of ironic comments as a result of the press conference given on Monday by Silvina Batakis, with the aim of calming the markets with measures before the start of the exchange and stock market round. Given this scenario, the driver of The news was dispatched: “Today I feel like another country.”
At the beginning of the exchange, Feinmann decided to change his position and be happy with what the Economy Minister said. “Today I feel like another country. Really, you because you are very negative, a disgusting pessimist, I can’t stand people like you. Because the fresh air generated today by that press conference, so well thought out…”, the journalist attacked and made Rossi laugh, who replied: “It happens that you live in the Capital, I in Pilar, I didn’t get clean air.” To continue with her game, Feinmann asserted: “Today the markets reacted in a way… with confidence, she is a minister who generates devastating confidence. Now yes, she is another government; now there is an economic plan”.
Already out of his comedy step, the driver noticed the officials who were part of the ad. “Think that there are two at that table that Cristina doesn’t even want to see. The two of the ends”, he said in relation to Miguel Ángel Pesce, head of the Central Bank, and Mercedes Marcó del Pont, head of the AFIP. “One is ‘the bolu… that the dollars escape him’ and the other is the ‘useless’; That’s what the lady calls them, “she continued, to which Rossi added:” If it was for her, she would edit the photo and cut them.
Then, Feinmann added: “The other day Pesce went to TN, very good grade but… having gone to TN, Do you know how the lady must have fallen? Tremendous. He went to defend himself.”
To continue with the line of what was seen this Monday morning, he added: “This is the photo of the economic plan in Argentina today, it is what this government has to offer. This thing about not going to spend more than we have must have hit Cristina like a kick in the liver”. “If she doesn’t care about her spending, if for her it doesn’t generate inflation, nor its emission. It’s evasion that breeds inflation!” she lashed out wryly again.
Given that, Rosi inquired: “Is it obvious that Cristina was aware of what Batakis was going to say today?”. “I calculate that yes,” answered Feinmann and added: “Because if it is what the main analysts said this weekend, that Alberto Fernández and the vice president spoke three times, I calculate that he will have called her. Did you see that now there is a peace? “Yes, among journalists K is now the meadow of the Teletubbies,” added his colleague and launched into the air: “How long is the truce between the two?” To which Feinmann closed: “It is the truce of the unit, how funny they are.”