This evening at Fourth Republic the President of Argentina arrives, Javier Milei. I’ve been working on it for a while to have him as a guest and, before some site comes along and writes some crazy theory as happened with Elon Musk, where they said that it was Meloni who introduced him to me (when in fact exactly the opposite happened), there I’ll tell you a little about how it went.
Some time ago I wrote the preface to a book by Huerta de Soto, a very cool economist who the professors of Italian universities don’t even know who he is. Huerta de Soto is an economist of the Austrian school who also became an advisor to what at the time was only a candidate for the leadership of Argentina.
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When Milei became president, I asked him if it was possible to have Milei come to Italy and basically I have him on the show this evening. I will therefore interview the Head of State of a country which, as Milei says, at the beginning of the 20th century was one of the richest by GDP per capita and in which almost half the population has Italian origins, as does Milei himself, who is three-quarters Italian having three of his four grandparents Italian.
So we’ll see each other this evening on Rete4 and we’ll enjoy the legendary Milei together.