Pedro Sanchez surprised even strangers this Monday, when one day before the investiture debate of Alberto Núñez Feijóo in the Congress of Deputies, opened the doors of the Moncloa Palace to have him y Carmen Borrego.

The Campos sisters appeared in Moncloa hours before the funeral for Maria Teresa Campos in Madrid, which took place at nine at night in the Santa María de Caná Church in Pozuelo de Alarcón, on the outskirts of Madrid.

Sánchez could not attend the funeral, so he had the gesture of receiving the Campos sisters hours before at the official residence of the presidents of the Government: “He told them that he could not attend because of the investiture debate,” explained Pilar Vidal on Antena 3. The journalist has insisted: “It came from him that they went to Moncloa.”

On the other hand, the envelope with which Carmen entered Moncloa has aroused great interest. The communicator’s youngest daughter did not give details, but it has now emerged that the envelope contained a photo of María Teresa and the president. The sisters wanted the politician to sign it, and so the socialist did. “He signed it so they would have a memory.”

According to what they said on Susanna Griso’s program, Sánchez, Terelu and Carmen already talked about this possible meeting in Moncloa on September 5, when they held a wake for the Malaga journalist at the La Paz de Tres Cantos Mortuary. Numerous personalities went there, such as the acting president himself or the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso.

On Antena 3 they have insisted on the great affection that the socialist felt for the communication legend of our country. His conversations with her “on the phone” occurred frequently, as Gema López explained on Antena 3. They both contacted each other through Carmen Borrego.

The journalist died at the age of 82 on the 5th after a year marked by her worsening health and the cognitive deterioration she suffered. María Teresa has left an indelible legacy in the field of communication and television. On Monday the 11th, her first funeral was held in Malaga, her beloved land. Numerous personalities attended this Monday the 25th: from Rocío Carrasco to José Luis Martínez Almeida and representatives of the Government such as the ministers Pilar Alegría, Isabel Rodríguez and María Jesús Montero.