Betín Osborne has met with Isabel Díaz Ayuso in a special of ‘My house is yours’ to bring the viewer closer to the less known and intimate part of the current president of the Community of Madrid.
The re-elected by absolute majority as head of the presidency of all the people of Madrid has shared with Osborne and with all of Spain details of his life that few know and he has recalled others that, according to what he has told, have been in charge of “cutting”, as a mode of attack.
“I wrote a letter to Felipe González to tell him that everything was fatal”
And some of those details has been that He graduated in Journalism from the same faculty that Pablo Iglesias studied, that they both had their birthday on the same day and that he was dedicated, among other things, to writing letters to politicians through newspapers or magazines.
Precisely this has interested the Andalusian and has asked him to reveal the name of the politician to whom he wrote and who even received a response. “I wrote a letter to Felipe González to tell him that everything was fatal“, has admitted on the one that was president of the Government of Spain between the years 1982 and 1996.” I saw everything very badly, especially the environment, the earth, the poverty … “, has added.
A complaint that the former secretary general of the PSOE had the gesture of responding: “He answered me not to worry, that many policies were being made to help children with needs and for the environment. “A detail that has surprised and appreciated Bertín: “I think it’s fantastic that he answered you”. “Absolutely, I have always recognized it and also thank you“, she has recognized with pride.
However, and despite dedicating himself to the same sector, Diaz Ayuso has not had the opportunity to thank the former president for such a generous gesture, of whom he has shared with Osborne that he is a great guy and a good person: “Nor have I come to see him in person to tell him, but I do appreciate it, because that marks you forever. ”