Despite promoting herself as Poland’s “true president”, Civic Platform (PO) candidate Małogrzata Kidawa-Błońska is a very fake creation, with her only confirming what many people suspected during her convention speech.
This does not mean that Kidawa-Błońska is not a nice person, as her friends and supporters claim. It simply means that every word and gesture she made at her convention was prepared by PR specialists, which is a fact her handlers were unable to hide.
This was easy to see, hear and feel. Whole sentences, not just points, had been written on the paper she was looking at every couple of seconds. There also were a number of language errors.
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