There is a room in Puerta del Sol full of fruit baskets, some ‘gifts’ that reached the president of the Community of Madrid after the cameras caught an uncomfortable moment of Ayuso during the investiture session of Pedro Sánchez.
The question now What will the president do with so many fruits? There is still no clear answer, but what is known is that the mayors of different cities in Madrid sent baskets signed and even decorated with Spanish flags, as a show of support for Ayuso.
These gifts to the president prove that the message that Ayuso repeated to his sudden ex against the president of the Government has penetrated. Pedro Sanchez, after he named his brother in the investiture session.
(Ayuso accepts baskets and baskets with anonymous messages: “I also like fruit”)
And the thing is, the Government of community of Madrid He was able to transform an uncomfortable moment for the president, creating a whole movement and a political slogan that even the leader of the popular party in Madrid is proud of.
Ayuso’s “I like fruit” is new “Let the Txapote vote for you” or “communism or freedom” used by the president of the region in his previous election campaigns. They are all against Pedro Sánchez.
Fruit baskets arriving at Puerta del Sol. Community of Madrid
After considering that the PP regional leader called the president “son of a bitch” and that his communication team redirected the debate; Ayuso does not want to go back on his words this Thursday. Or ask for forgiveness, as you ask Juan Lobatoleader of the socialists in Madrid.
In fact, it has been confirmed again. “The President of the Government used the speakers’ platform to insult a regional president and his family. Me. You have swallowed everything, but myself, yes, I said it, I like the fruit,” introduced during his turn of intervention. on Assembly in Madrid.
Therefore, the leader of the famous people of Madrid became funny and remembered some insults heard in the regional room. Like, for example, when Mónica García was accused of calling him “Mongolian.” “And I didn’t say anything, because I understood” it’s cool.
“Or when Deputy Padilla said ‘facha’ I understood ‘what a patxa’,” he concluded.
I love fruit became a trending topic. Since it went viral on Wednesday afternoon, thousands of users have criticized the President of the Government and compared the image of the president to other images such as the soccer player Diego Armando Maradona during the final of the 1990 World Cup of Italy.
Alfonso Serrano himself was the first to spread the phrase on social networks and continues to defend it to this day.
(“Mongolia or ako mola?”, “Facha or what patxa?”: Ayuso ironizes the shapes and his “I like fruit”)
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