Berlusconi news: The return of Berlusconi. The former Italian Prime Minister has monopolized TV shows in the last few weeks to win back public opinion. Many are still not sure about the outcomes of this policy but it’s definitely sure that he is causing a huge mess.
In today’s interview with TV conducer Massimo Gilletti, Berlusconi warned several times the presenter to leave his studio he argued that the interviewier didn’t leave him enough time to reply. Gilletti replied claiming that in Berlusconi’s channel the media tycoon has more than enough time to “entertain” with his monologues. Not satisfied with that, the opposition leader had time to insult other politicians as well as describing Mario Monti’s government as a nightmare with Gianfranco Fini “Sewers Minister”. The latter was also labeled a “betrayer” and “the worst person I’ve ever met”. There is also space for Beppe Grillo, who has been
If many people rightly believe that this is just an insane victimization already seen in other TV shows, there is still someone, like Daniele Capezzone (PDL spokesman), who asserts Berlusconi’s innocence: “This interview – he claims- represents a positive political-quake”. Berlusconi’s aim “is talking to the real Italy, to those Italians who pay taxes. Many pseudo-analysts of communication should stay more time in the streets trying to understand the Country’s mood and expectations, rather than spending too much time on Twitter”.
However, the feeling is that this pre-election period is becoming a sort of Berlusconi’s final chapter, where the PDL chief is attacking on every front. “Let him go”.