Millán Salcedo, member of the comic group Tuesday and Thirteen, was interviewed this Saturday in laSexta Noche by Iñaki López and sent a clear message to those who have used the victims of the coronavirus to try to get any revenue. “data-reactid =” 26 “> The humorist Millán Salcedo, a member of the comic group Martes y Trece, was interviewed this Saturday on the Sixth Night by Iñaki López and sent a clear message to those who have used the victims of the coronavirus to try to extract any revenue.
“A while ago I have preferred not to watch some news broadcasts, because I do not like anything morbid and bait these days, and that I do politics on one side or the other, either. And much less with the dead, “he said.
That statement was made while answering a question about Fernando Simón. The presenter told him that the health manager had become famous for this crisis and recovered the parody that Salcedo had made about the Aragonese doctor.
“I am the spokesperson and everything is under great control. There are almost no cases of, as this is called, crazy goats. Or they were cows, well it’s the same ”, joked in the Salcedo video.
López asked him if he did this parody with or without almonds. “I didn’t know, someone told me. As I am on Instagram, a person told me that if I took out the almond, I would nail it. I stayed as if I was at Christmas and the Almond tree came. I have to say that I have not seen him many times ”, replied the comedian.
Fernando Simón, director of the Coordination Center for Health Alerts and Emergencies
Carmen Lomana, against
Sara Sálamo, in favor