Máximo Huerta wanted to be honest with all the viewers, taking advantage of the visit of Traveling with Chester. The presenter and writer He has reviewed his unpleasant last (and only) days in Spanish politicswhich he rejected again, as he has confessed to Risto Mejide.

After being appointed Minister of Sports and Culture of the coalition government, Pedro Sánchez gave him a blunt indication: “Now, don’t answer anything or do anything. I’ll call you when everything calms down‘. And when everything calms down, I don’t know what it is…”. A communication that came just a month after all the controversy.

“A charge that I told him, that he shouldn’t have offered me, nor did I accept it”

Huerta has narrated how everything happened with hair and marks. After not agreeing on the calls that the president made to his personal phone, the former presenter of News telecinco received a text on his mobile: “There was a message from the vice president at the time, Carmen Calvo. Naif…”. An adjective that Risto wanted to insist on: “Why naif?”.

“No. I’m not going to tell you… Because she is naive Also, I’m telling you,” the writer preferred to settle. Immediately afterwards, Sánchez was able to contact him: “He called me to offer me a position”, which he did not want to reveal, despite Mejide’s insistence. “A charge that I told him, that He shouldn’t have offered me, nor did I accept itafter all the commotion that there had been”, he stressed with total confidence.

Risto Mejide and Máximo Huerta, in ‘Traveling with Chester’. (Mediaset)

However, before the faces of the Cuatro presenter wanting to know what appointment it was, the journalist left it up in the air: “That position would have been very nice, because it was always a dream. It was always a dream to be in a Cervantes Institute for me. As an author and as a Frenchman, I would have liked to say yes, but I was so afraid of the press, so much panic at what the networks would say, at the digital newspapers… What Do not accept. I wouldn’t have taken that pressure“.

Photo: Máximo Huerta, in 'Traveling with Chester'.  (Mediaset)
‘Chester’: Máximo Huerta reveals to Risto his great thorn with Pedro Sánchez when he resigned as minister

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Risto wanted to remind him that many of those who left the Government continue, “and much more.” A comment that the ex-minister of the Government of Pedro Sánchez took advantage of to launch another ‘dart’ at what was his party for a week: “And no one said stayuh… But, I’m fine.”

Máximo Huerta wanted to be honest with all the viewers, taking advantage of the visit of Traveling with Chester. The presenter and writer He has reviewed his unpleasant last (and only) days in Spanish politicswhich he rejected again, as he has confessed to Risto Mejide.

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