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CNN columnist Agnes Poirer looks at the impact of a tell-all book by former French First Lady Valérie Trierweiler. She says publishing a book about her relationship with President Francois Hollande, Trierweiler has damaged Hollande’s image beyond repair. Since the book came out, a new poll showed Hollande’s approval rating reached a historical low of 13%. But Poirier said the ex-First Lady also appears as a “scorned woman…full of revenge and full of herself” by dishing the details on Hollande’s affair with actress Julie Gayet. Poirier also said the book “reads like a cheap romance” and was “an embarrassment for a former Paris Match literary critic.” She added that French political commentators are not taking well to another invasion of the president’s privacy and ” are clearly showing signs of farce fatigue.”
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