Berlusconi to the Giornale: “It’s tough, but I’ll make it this time too”

The former prime minister had a telephone conversation with the editor of the newspaper Augusto Minzolini: “I have already managed to get myself out of difficult and delicate situations”. Yesterday the telephone exchanges with Salvini and Meloni

“It’s tough, but I’ll make it this time too.” These are the words of Silvio Berlusconi, hospitalized in intensive care at the San Raffaele in Milan, a The newspaper, in a phone call made yesterday at 9.48 in the morning. Together with him his brother Paolo and his partner Marta Fascina. These are words that come at a complicated time for the former prime minister, who yesterday also telephoned Giorgia Meloni, Matteo Salvini and the leaders of Forza Italia. “I was able, even in difficult and delicate situations, to retreat,” Berlusconi said on the phone. (ALL UPDATES – TAJANI’S STATEMENTS – PHOTOSTORY)

Telephone anecdotes

Several anecdotes cited by Minzolini testify to the encouraging conditions of the former prime minister. Speaking on his decision to enter politics in 1994, Berlusconi said: “I asked my pollsters if the victory of the Communists could be avoided. They said yes. But only if you take the field. I did.” Finally, a commitment, reflecting the desire to return to daily activities soon. “I’ll make it this time too. As soon as I get out of here”, is the invitation before saying goodbye, “see you”.