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Valerie Trierweiler released a book about the relationship with Francois Hollande

Valerie Trierweiler  released a book about the relationship with Francois Hollande

Valerie Trierweiler decided to share with the public the details of their relationship with French President Francois Hollande.

Recall journalist considered unofficial first lady of the country since 2007 (officially wife she was not a politician), until the beginning of 2014 has not revealed a secret affair with actress Julie Hollande Gaye.

Shortly after news of the parting Trierweiler mentioned in an interview that he was going to write a book about the life of the head of state, however, as stated at the Elysee Palace, the output of the memoirs of the journalist was a surprise - Hollande representatives learned about the release of the book in the media.

In his memoirs, to sales today, Valerie describes the ex-lover as a cold, calculating man with contempt relating to his own people:

In the election campaign, he positioned himself as a man who did not like the rich, but in reality, the president despised the poor. In private conversations he called such people "toothless" and was very pleased with how he is witty.

Interestingly, to protect the president has got his mother of four children, Segolene Royal, calling the story Trierveyler "nonsense."

In the 320-page book titled "Thank you for this moment," Valerie says that tried to commit suicide by swallowing pills when I found out about the change. Suicide attempt, as recognized by a woman, she made directly at the presidential residence.

Meanwhile, the relationship between her and the president were finally severed on the initiative of Valerie. As stated in her book, Hollande for several months after the scandal was trying to get her back and was able to send it to 30 posts per day.

Francois Hollande and Valerie Trierweiler