This past Sunday Santiago Abascal, Javier Milei and Marine Le Pen met at a three-way convention at the Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid, bringing together a total of 10,000 people. The Argentine president’s comments against Pedro Sánchez were the highlight of the day, generating a multitude of reactions in different areas of Spanish society. One of the last to speak out was Mercedes Milá.

The television presenter has expressed herself through her Instagram profile against what happened over the weekend, in a similar way to what happened on different occasions with Isabel Díaz Ayuso, president of the Community of Madrid. The most visible face of Big Brother during its first years of broadcast published an image of Milei and Abascal hugging, along with the word “disgust” written under the scene.

The publication has more than 22,000 likes since it was published this past Tuesday. Milá has joined a multitude of dignitaries and political personalities who have criticized Milei’s intervention against the president of the Spanish government. One of the most striking was that of Alberto Núñez-Feijóo, leader of the opposition in Congress, who criticized the meeting for not matching the moderation that he seeks.

“Neither the Government of Mr. Sánchez, who began by insinuating the consumption of substances by the president of Argentina, nor Mr. Milei, who called the wife of the president of Spain ‘corrupt’, are in the space of moderation that I claim for politics . This verbal escalation leads nowhere and does not represent me,” said the president of the Popular Party, also questioning Sánchez but without accepting the Argentine’s ways.

“What Milei has done is just an example of what the Government of Spain does against everyone who does not think like them, and Sánchez is not here to give lessons. We must ask this Government for explanations, in other ways, and in another way. But I cannot accept lessons from those who try to convince us that Sánchez is the State,” he added, before the Vox leader replied against Feijóo.

Abascal regretted that the PP joined “the clamp of the PSOE and its media against important international leaders.” “In 2016 they attacked Trump and he became president of the United States, it also happened in Brazil with Bolsonaro or with Giorgia Meloni in Italy,” he reminded the popular president, insulting him after he “disdained his offer” to form an alliance against the “extremist derivative of the PSOE.”