Risto Mejide and Máximo Huerta, in 'Traveling with Chester'

Last Tuesday night, Risto Mejide broadcast the second program of the new season of ‘Traveling with Chester’. In this new installment, the publicist and presenter of ‘Everything is a lie’ has spoken with the former minister and former presenter of ‘El programa de Ana Rosa’, maximum orchard.

The former PSOE politician has sat down on the most famous sofa in Spain to chat about an infinite number of topics with Risto Mejide. In the conversations they have talked about the brief stage that Máximo had as Minister of Culture in the government of Pedro Sánchez.

Risto Mejide and Máximo Huerta, in ‘Traveling with Chester’


Huerta said in the interview that his appointment as minister “‘it was a prepared strategy to take someone well known and make him resign‘This is what the socialist barons told me”. Some words that surprised the ex-de Laura Escanes.

Shoemaker would not have done it“, declared Huerta very sure. The former Minister of Culture declared in the interview that Pedro Sánchez told him, after having resigned as minister when it became known that he had allegedly defrauded 218,322 euros, that: “If you can be quiet don’t say anything. I will call you in a month“.

Máximo Huerta, in 'Traveling with Chester'

Máximo Huerta, in ‘Traveling with Chester’

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Pedro Sánchez kept his word and a few months later he called him to offer him a position: “I shouldn’t have offered it, nor should I have accepted it. He offered me a position at the Instituto Cervantes“. Máximo made it clear that, even if he wanted to, he would not have accepted it, since “I was terrified of the press, I would not have stood the pressure“.

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Huerta felt alone, since none of his teammates said to stay in the game. Máximo did highlight to Risto the message that his former party partner sent him: “Carmen Calvo sent me a very naive message, because she is very naive“.

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