Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni separates from her partner due to his disrespectful remarks about women.

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Italy’s far-right Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, has ended her relationship with Andrea Giambruno, a television journalist known for making inappropriate and disrespectful remarks.

Meloni announced on social media that his nearly decade-long association with Andrea Giambruno has ended. This decision comes after the recent emergence of two off-air recordings where Giambruno, a presenter on Mediaset’s news talk show Diario Del Giorno, was heard making inappropriate remarks and suggestive comments directed at a female coworker.

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The parents have a seven-year-old girl. “I am grateful to him for the great years we had together, for the challenges we faced, and for blessing me with the most precious gift in my life, our daughter Ginevra,” Meloni expressed. “Our journeys have gone separate ways for a while now, and it’s time to recognize it.”

In the initial off-air video, shared on another Mediaset program, Giambruno expresses his displeasure with comments about his hairstyle. He then asks his female coworker, “Why didn’t I get to know you earlier?” In the second recording, he suggests to a female coworker that they should find another person to join their show. He says, “Let’s have a group of three or even four.”

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In the initial off-air video, shared on another Mediaset program, Giambruno expresses his displeasure with comments about his hairstyle. He then asks his female coworker, “Why didn’t I get to know you earlier?” In the second recording, he suggests to a female coworker that they should find another person to join their show. He says, “Let’s have a group of three or even four.”

In September, Meloni supported Giambruno when he mentioned that women should “stay away from drinking too much” if they wanted to prevent rape. He shared these thoughts on the radio following some well-known rape cases. Back then, Meloni mentioned that people had misunderstood his words. He explained that although his words were rushed, they were somewhat like what his mother had advised him: to “stay alert and be cautious.”

Giambruno has made other mistakes on live television. One time, he said that there is no climate crisis. He said, “Hot weather in the summer is not a big deal.” This happened in July when Italy had very hot temperatures.

Meloni said in her announcement that she will protect our past, our friendship, and a seven-year-old who loves her parents deeply, a love I couldn’t have for my own parents.

The leader, who took office in October when her Brothers of Italy party won in the general elections, grew up with only her mom and didn’t have a close relationship with her dad.

Meloni encountered Giambruno at a Mediaset studio after attending a political event. During an interview, he shared that a tired Meloni mistakenly offered him a partially eaten banana, thinking he was her assistant, just before going on stage. He fondly described their first meeting as “love at first sight.”

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