Elisabeth Borne may well be Prime Minister, she is a woman like everyone else. Completely addicted to this famous drink which she cannot do without “to follow”, the former Minister of Labor also has her little nicknames that she has been dragging around for years. Between 2015 and 2017, Elisabeth Borne was CEO of Ratp and was not spared by her former colleagues. “At the RATP, we know more than one who left his office in tears. She was nicknamed Burn-Out there.“revealed a close friend of the company to the World.
A nickname that still sticks to her skin since she wanted to resign from the government last June, and Emmanuel Macron refused her early departure. “So that the government can stay on task and act in these days”, explained the Elysée in the face of this decision by the President. “Burn-out” is not the only one of his humiliating nicknames, there are others. The magazine Challenges revealed thatElisabeth Borne was also referred to as “cyborne” during her career. And that’s not all, the Parisian disclosed another nickname attached to the Prime Minister, alias “Madame Bornée”. Definitely, Elisabeth Borne is not appreciated by all her colleagues…
On the Web, it is not unanimous either. Lately, his behavior has outraged Internet users. This is a video relayed by Raw which is the source of this outcry. On this one, we see the Prime Minister vaping in the National Assembly, while it is strictly prohibited… by law. “Anyone smoking in a place for collective use subject to the smoking ban, outside the specific location reserved for smokers, is liable to a third class fine which incurs a fixed fine of 68 €”, specified our colleagues from Brut with reference to article L3513-6 of the Public Health Code. Internet users, but also its collaborators. “Nice the Minister of Labour, Employment and Integration Élisabeth Borne who calmly vapes while I ask her a question in the hemicycle… The New World is really special…”had commented Maxime Minot, Member of the Republicans.