Alberto Fernández retweeted a grievance to Jonatan Viale

This is a tweet written by Dante López Foresi, director of the Agencia El Vigía portal, in which he described Viale as “chubby milky”

President Alberto Fernández was involved in a controversy on social networks when he shared a message on his personal Twitter account that contained an insult against journalist Jonatan Viale. Although a few hours later he deleted it, his activity was recorded.

This is a tweet written by Dante López Foresi, director of the Agencia El Vigía portal, in which he described Viale as “chubby milky”.

“The chubby milky man says on A24 that Alberto Fernández ‘clings to quarantine by polls.’ Either they did not understand the seriousness of what is happening or they are very bad people. And you cannot be a good journalist being bad people,” López said. Foresi.

Fernández’s outburst generated opposition rejection. “The President, like Cristina Kirchner, humiliates journalists to try to narrow their critical voices, highlighting the obsequiousness and the praise,” wrote national deputy Alvaro De Lamadrid (Together for Change).

“Make sure that Jonatan Viale and other journalists replace the critical gaze (journalism’s DNA) with complicit propaganda that edits reality,” added the legislator.

After the controversy in the networks, the President this morning deleted the retuit and released a video for the industry sector: “It will be essential in economic reconstruction.”

Days ago, Viale had spoken of “the five reasons that lead Alberto Fernández to fall in love, to cling, to quarantine.”

“The health emergency, the polls, the fall of the rebels (Donal Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, Boris Johnson), the silence of the parents of the crack (Macri and Cristina) and the absolute accumulation of power that a president has, never recorded in the history of Argentina, “said the journalist during his editorial on channel A24.

The Government will focus its efforts on preventing compulsory isolation from being relaxed in the new stage of the quarantine that will take effect in the country as of today.

For this, stricter controls will be applied in avenues and limits of jurisdictions, and even within neighborhoods. Supervision of the isolation of older adults will also be tightened and the use of public transport will be discouraged.

“I don’t know how long this is going to last,” Fernández said in an interview he gave to the Telefé channel.

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