Martijn Koning hopes that Forum for Democracy leader Thierry Baudet will reflect on his statements on television and in debates in the future through the comedian’s sketch. Despite that hope, the goal of Koning was mainly to make a nice sketch about the Forum for Democracy leader for Eva Jinek’s talk show, the comedian tells Friday in Eve.
On March 12, RTL and Eva Jinek distanced themselves from King’s statements about Baudet during a short sketch Jinek. In the politician’s roast, Koning spoke about Baudet’s fiancée’s Jewish origins and referred to the anti-Semitic incidents of Baudet’s party.
Koning also spoke about the possible future children of Baudet and his fiancée and he referred to the politician’s partly Indonesian descent. Baudet left the broadcast in response and later announced that he did not want to join Jinek.
King announced a few days later that his statements were a personal attack on Baudet. The comedian speaks Eve by the time his roast of the politician got over the line. “Read that text and you will see that it is not such bad things at all,” said the comedian about his roast. Koning emphasizes never to make his texts available for inspection in advance by the medium where he will present them.
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