What to remember from the televised debate between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen? For many Internet users, it is not the speech of the outgoing president or the candidate of the RN that is welcome, but the work of the sign language interpreters.
This Wednesday, April 20, 2022, at 9 p.m., 15.6 million viewers watched the presidential debate between the two rounds, a million less than in 2017. The two candidates clashed for nearly three hours, three days before the second round. of the election.
The day after this televised meeting, reactions poured in on social networks, especially to greet the sign language interpreters who sometimes had to translate unusual expressions, such as “Ripoliner la facade”, “Finito” or even “It’s not Gerard Majax”.
Here’s our pick of the hottest tweets right now:
“The sign language interpreters translate #debate macros so well that I’m pretty sure they hate each other.”
For the rest and the end of the Presidential, see you on Sunday 24 April 2022…