The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, was the luxury guest of Bertín Osborne this thursday in My house is yours, where she reviewed her brilliant victory in the regional elections on May 4, the voices that name her the successor of Pablo Casado to choose to preside over the Government or her opinion that Podemos is an extremist party and does not consider Vox to be a formation far right.
The program, however, presented a small peculiarity: the Madrid regent did not receive the presenter in his own home, but where his chief of the press office, Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, usually works. “This is Rodríguez’s office. This is where we started the campaign,” he explained to the singer, according to Cope.
It was seconds after the beginning of the interview, when Osborne himself revealed to his audience the reason why the conversation with Ayuso was not going to take place at the president’s residence. “We are here, in the offices of Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, because the ‘presi’ has a typical maiden apartment“, he assured in a jocular tone before the attentive gaze of the Madrilenian.
“If I join Podemos, I already have a house to do things like this, but mine gives for what it gives. We would have all finished fighting with your team, and you are not a few, “said the president, leaving a message for the purple formation.” I think it was the best, “she concluded, because also” either the dog enters or we enter the kitchen, so I have decided to ask for help, “he said with a laugh.
His most personal side
The president also wanted to share some details of her personal life and said, among other things, that she was always a very shy girl and that until the age of 12 or 13 I had been a good student but then “mathematics started to cross me.” He also acknowledges that “it was very confusing me”, and that “when I got to first I repeated the grade. I was very clueless, adolescence made me feel terrible, I was completely demotivated. “
However, after changing schools, “I began to study, to study, and I got very good grades”, especially “for not seeing my mother have a bad time again.” His desire to improve led him to study journalism, the letter race with the highest cutoff note at that time.
He studied at the Complutense University of Madrid, where he met for the first time with a Pablo Iglesias with whom he shares a birthday, since they were both born on the same day of the same year. There he decided to focus on political communication, since “he viewed politics with admiration and was already following what the Popular Party was doing”, when the leader of the formation was José María Aznar, who represented a “different, liberal message.”
The policy also recognizes that he has always been a very independent person, that is why he began to work “from the first day” of university and “With my first salary, around 600 euros, I already became independent”. Once she graduated, she crossed the pond to live first for a time in Ecuador and then for a year in Ireland.