فيديو: مذيع بالجزيرة يقول لوزيرة الاعلام المصرية (هي بلد أبوكي) بدون علمه أن الميكروفونات مفتوحة

شن الإعلامى أحمد طه، مذيع قناة الجزيرة، والإعلامى وائل قنديل هجومًا حادًا على وزيرة الإعلام درية شرف الدين علي الهواء عقب إغلاق القناة أثناء تركه الميكروفون مفتوحًا، وقال قنديل خلال الحوار إن “الوزيرة لما أسندت إليها وزارة الإعلام قررت أن تشتغل وزير داخلية”، فيما رد مذيع الجزيرة أن الوزيرة قالت إن القناة، غير مرحب بها فى مصر. وأضاف المذيع أنه عرض على ضيف الحلقة وقتها وهو الصحفى سليم عزوز هذا الكلام، أنه سيستمر بالحلقة عقب كلام الوزيرة وأنه لو استمر بالحلقة سوف يكون غير مرحب به فى مصر، وأشار المذيع إلى أن الصحفى سليم عزوز رد عليه قائلا: “هى بلد أبوها عشان تقول كده”.

 

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