An open microphone “catches” Yolanda Díaz laughing and telling Sánchez “Fuck it!”, after responding to Feijóo

The political scuffle between the opposition leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóoand the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, seemed especially crude today. Even more so, after it became public that the latter's wife, Begoña Gómezwas already charged by the judge when the head of the Executive sent that controversial letter and “retired” for five days to reflect. Nothing was known about it until yesterday when all the alarms went off.

An issue that has become the epicenter of all attacks against the Government. Núñez Feijóo has been very direct and has accused Sánchez of “lying” for hiding the fact that his wife is being investigated since “he knew everything and covered it up” in Congress and in media interviews. “The Moncloa is investigated for corruption,” stated the president of the PP. “Why do you lie so much?” he insisted. “He didn't go to reflect, he went to prepare his defense”has added a forceful Feijóo against Sánchez, who is increasingly against the ropes.

And now, in addition, the European Prosecutor's Office has requested information to see if European funds are affected by the awards involving his wife. “Is it mud, too?” the popular leader ironically said. Far from giving any explanation, Sánchez has returned to the “mud machine”. Erre que erre has accused the opposition of “continuing to wade through the mud” while they continue to govern. The president has insisted that the opposition's objective is to continue “cultivating the mud machine to hide the country's successes.”

A response highly applauded by the socialist bench, but overshadowed by the attitude of the second vice president of the Government, Yolanda Díaz. And an open microphone has caught the leader of Sumar laughing and approaching Sánchez while she said “Fuck!” after responding to Núñez Feijóo.

How has it been possible to hear the vice president… well the explanation is very simple. Pedro Sánchez's still open microphone has amplified what Yolanda Díaz said.