“It is not a matter of position or whether he is married in the church or civilly. It’s a matter of commitment. You break up with that person and let them know that the relationship is over. You can’t pretend to have a kiss with another person when an entire country thinks you’re in a relationship. And cut him off with the ‘he’s 36 years old’ thing. At 36 years old he is a man, not a child. At 36 years old, people work and have children.
In this way, Julio César Rodríguez pointed out the decision of President Gabriel Boric to make public the end of his relationship with Irina Karamanos.
However, UDI senator Iván Moreira went off the rails and ended up allegedly showing support for the President.
“You voted for this President with a high vote. Now this President has lost the trust of the citizens,” shot the lawmaker in Contigo in the morning.
However, JC insisted on his point: “Don’t treat him as a child because of his age.”
“That’s not part of that. We know how he behaves. Funny thing: he didn’t delete any of his tweets. There are many in the government. His life, his personality, his characteristics… we all know what he is like when you choose him yourself,” Moreira emphasized to the driver.
JC Rodríguez: How did I choose it? He is very good and he is the same Moreira as always. Throw in the pachotada at the end. Why did I choose it?
Moreira: You voted for him.
JC Rodríguez: It’s a way of trying to invalidate me, it’s an ugly way of politics. Here I am, giving face every day, now criticizing the President.
Moreira: Your language is the same language that people use when they criticize the President, but you chose him. They knew he was young and very ideological.
JC Rodríguez: When I say ‘do not base him’ it is because he is an adult and can be President.
Moreira: I watch this program a lot and you do a great job, but you don’t do it well when you’re angry.
JC Rodríguez: My point is that the President cannot use his age as an excuse, nor can the people. That is the point.