(Paris) Eric Zemmour, who is credited with running for the presidential election, will start promoting his new book in Toulon on September 17th, according to information from Le Parisian newspaper on Thursday from consistent sources.
Posted on Sep 2, 2021 at 10:42 am
The polemicist announced on Wednesday that he would no longer lead his weekly column in Le Figaro while he was working on his book entitled La France, which will be released on Nov.
The editor-in-chief of Le Figaro, Alexis Brézet, stated in this connection that at the end of this advertising campaign ric Zemmour “announced that he was not going (in the presidential elections, editor’s note) and that he would be in the newspaper or that he would quit that he is leaving and the vacation should be extended ”.
“There is currently no end date” for the campaign to promote the book, AFP told Mr Zemmour’s entourage, confirming the meeting in Toulon.
Mr. Zemmour will present his work in the Palais des Congrès in the city, at the end of a small Var literature festival, the summer talks, according to the organizer Jérôme Levy.
However, the CNews star polemicist runs a weekly program on the channel and will appear in an interview on September 11th in Le Figaro Magazine, the day the National Rally returns in Fréjus, in the south of France.
The polemicist had told the party leader of the National Rally, Marine Le Pen, that “everyone at the RN understood that they will never win the 2022 presidential election after their failure in the regional elections”. “Being President of the Republic is no pleasure,” replied RN Jordan Bardella number two on BFMTV.
Eric Zemmour founded his own publishing house, Rubempré, to publish his essay, which Albin Michel did not want to publish, and invoked the author’s request to make it “a key element of his candidacy”.
If he has never declared himself a candidate, the columnist has the support of the association “Les Amis d’Eric Zemmour”, which recently claimed to have received “one hundred” sponsorships of elected officials for 2022.
The polemicist, who was repeatedly persecuted for his statements, was charged again on September 8 with “inciting discrimination” and “racial insult” after classifying the unaccompanied migrant minors as “thieves”, “murderers” and “rapists”.