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‘Donkey’ Van Rankin supports Ebrard in presidential aspiration; “the rooster is you”

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The famous presenter and broadcaster Jorge ‘Burro’ Van Rankin and Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard They met for an interview, which will be released soon on the actor’s YouTube channel.

Through his TikTok, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shared a clip in which we see that Van Rankin calls Marcelo Ebrard ‘the rooster’, in an allusion to the fact that the Mexican foreign minister is one of the possible candidates to contend for the presidency in 2024 for Morena.

“Why do they call you ‘El Burro’?” asks Ebrard.

“No, they don’t call me ‘Donkey’,” answers Van Rankin. -The rooster… No, no, the ‘rooster’ is you—, he adds to make them both laugh while the secretary winks at the camera.

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Until now, it is unknown when the interview will be released. Through Instagram, the ‘Donkey’ only announced that it can be seen through his YouTube channel ‘In an inconvenient state’which hasn’t had any new videos for more than a year, in which he had talked with Miguel Ángel Osorio Chon and Mauricio Kuri.

Coming soon on my YouTube channel #in inconvenient state the interview I just did with the chancellor @marcelo.ebrardDo not miss it!Van Rankin wrote on Instagram.

Also, on her Instagram stories, the same driver presumed that he was interviewing Ebrard, with a view of the Torre Latinoamericana from the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“Ladies and gentlemen, we are here in the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We are going to do an interview that you will soon see on my YouTube channel“He said in the story that was re-shared in Ebrard’s stories. “See nothing but beauty of sight, a cloudy, rainy afternoon in Mexico City. I didn’t have the pleasure of meeting around here,” he concluded.

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Reference from www.milenio.com

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