Man Of The People

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This afternoon.

RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Fox-bothering Presidential hopeful and coy Denis O’Brien media coach Gavin Duffy with his wife and former journalist Orlaith Carmody chats to reporters on the first day of the Dublin Horse Show 2018.

‘I fear no question. I welcome them all’ – Gavin Duffy on presidential election (Irish Independent)

Previously: He Enjoys Hunting Small, Cuddly Creatures

Earlier: Vote Michael Tee

Sam Boal/RollingNews

39 thoughts on “Man Of The People

  1. Paul Flynn

    You can smell the sense of entitlement. Just keep at him on the fox hunting and the ‘brown envelope’ moment will eventually materialise.

  2. Ina.

    I’m actually enjoying this, watching that piece of horse poop embarrass himself. Zero chance of getting elected.

    1. shortforBob

      It would be difficult for a good candidate to beat the incumbent President, and we haven’t seen one yet.

      I can only think Duffy is another hopeless attention seeker who in some way believes the publicity will benefit him.

      Hopeless.

          1. millie st murderlark

            His Antonio Banderas impression really is very convincing. You should ask him to show you sometime.

          2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I’m thinking of the cat with the big pleading eyes holding his hat in his paws: is that the impression?

  3. missred

    Is this the equivalent of the Healy Raes having to attend six rural funerals a day to keep up the votes?

  4. Starina

    Why do all moneyed Celtic tiger sleazebags look the same?! a little chunky but in a rugby sorta way, balding, blazer, pink shirt.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      someone i know who works for a place that’s advising him on his campaign showed me his ‘campaign action plan’. it included: stop wearing double-breasted suits, ditch the waistcoats and lose the tummy.

  5. Dhod

    Imagine the ego needed to be a ‘dragon’? Sit behind stacks of money on tv while people pander to you and you tell them how useless they are. The opening credits will feature moody shots of you accompanied by a voiceover announcing your greatness

    Then, imagine the ego needed to fancy yourself as prez when you’ve no political experience?

    I hope he gets humiliated

  6. :-Joe

    A rank and file establishment opportunist at best…
    In reality, he’s really just another atypical oirish “cute hoor” and in the worst possible sense of the term.

    Slightly creepy vibe off him as well albeit ad hominem …

    :-J

  7. Gabby

    If he’s in a three-horse presidential race, I’ll gladly give him my number 3 preference.

  8. rotide

    Every time I see some gobdaw moan about ‘what has Michael D actually done’ , I think this guy is the perfect candidate for them

  9. :-Joe

    Ireland does not need to become any more .INC-ompetant…

    Lord gav of speculation-land dealing with the needs of society, let alone representing it’s best interests?..

    pfff…morbidly laughable…

    :-J

  10. Giggidygoo

    The Fine Fail and Fine Gael PR advisor parachuted in to water down the votes into 3. Foregone conclusion that he hasn’t a hope. Hopefully it’ll be the end of his appearances on the Den as a non-investor. He who dares wins…. noooooot

  11. Papi

    You can just tell he does that thing with a glass of wine, d’ja know? The face and the swirl and the grimace.
    Slappable is right.

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