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The anthill of this Tuesday had a novelty, and that is that Santiago Segura took the place of Yibing in the gathering that Pablo Motos has with his collaborators every day.

The director of Torrente shared protagonism in the table of the Antena 3 program with Cristina Pardo, Marron, Trancas, Barrancas and the presenter.

Motos took advantage of Segura’s visit to comment on the current political situation in Spain: “With the good weather there is …”, noted the presenter, who also highlighted the controversy caused by the film director when his tweet received numerous criticisms for trying to put sanity to the political tension that is lived: “What sadness that Spain of faces and reds, of bad and good, of extreme fascist or Bolshevik-Bolivarian right,” wrote the actor.

Segura ironically pointed out in El hormiguero that “I think it’s wrong for a minister to lie (for the controversy of Grande-Marlaska and the Civil Guard), but it is still facades …“, causing laughter from everyone present on the set.

“It is scary to talk about this, which is a horrible symptom,” added the presenter., who continued commenting that “we are experiencing a level of insults that is not only seen in the Congress of Deputies but in life in general, as you say ‘good morning’ they call you facha

Motos assured that “right now any person who is not absolutely in agreement with everything the Government says, is a front. Either you are with the government or you are a front. “

Motorcycles highlighted that “There is no in-between term because it is an insult that works very well because if you are a Democrat, it hurts you, with which they get you to shut up. “Segura, for his part, pointed out that” the right has always said what you have to think and that they call me facha seems terrible to me. “

The director assured that with his tweet the only thing he had done was “call the concord and I asked that we not give ourselves of hosts, because we all go in the same boat. And they gave birth to me. “And Motos answered him, to conclude, with a question: “Is there anything less democratic than not giving your opinion?”.