When the governor of Buenos Aires, Daniel Scioli, walked through the province, after a terrible flood, a neighbor asked him about his wife and his health.

Scioli said that both were well, she rebuked him saying he was not good, and they had lost everything.

 The presidential candidate said he would recover all, but people began to insult him by asking: How can we recover all the dead? What will happen to the dead grandparents?