TV presenter Andrey Norkin made the Russians laugh with a witty anecdote about French President Emmanuel Macron, who woke up from artificial sleep in the near future.
In the broadcast of the popular talk show “Meeting Place”, the journalist commented on the unrest in France and jokingly suggested that he could fix the situation.
Norkin’s joke was dedicated to the frustrated Macron. The President of France was upset that a wave of unrest swept the country, Russian leader Vladimir Putin did not pick up the phone, and a watch scandal broke out. Then Macron wanted to put him in an artificial sleep state by 2040.
By the time Macron awoke, the situation in his country had already improved. He immediately asked for a cup of coffee and a croissant.
“They bring coffee and croissants, drink and ask: “How is Paris, are the streets calm?” “Yes, Monsieur Macron, all right.” “Thank God. How much from me?” “245 rubles,” joked Norkin, making the audience sit on his shoulders with laughter.
Earlier it was reported that the host of “Mesto Vstrechi” mocked the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky and the whole West with a new anecdote about Putin.
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