How does Barack Obama view the current tensions in the USA? Markus Lanz invites you to a special broadcast of his ZDF political talk. In addition to the US election, it is also about Angela Merkel.
- Barack Obama was President of the USA from 2009 to 2017 *.
- On Thursday evening he will speak in a special broadcast of the ZDF talk “Markus Lanz” *.
- What does Obama say about the 2020 US election *?
Washington – The US election 2020 is over. They are just over two weeks after the election United States but still not settled. On the contrary. The third largest country on earth seems more divided than ever. Even after the election, the political tone is more than harsh. The outgoing President Donald Trump is finding it difficult to accept his defeat, to say the least.
Markus Lanz (ZDF): Special edition with Barack Obama – “Chance for a more sensitive America”
The Republican’s * future remains uncertain. How does Trump’s predecessor rate Barack Obama, the mixed bag? The former president spoke out for Joe Biden in a prominent and media-effective way during the election campaign. Because he’s worried about the US? Markus Lanz meets the Democrats for talks in Washington *. Obama speaks in a special edition of the ZDF political talk about his divided country and explains: “We have the chance for a more sensitive and rational America.”
Markus Lanz (ZDF): Obama on Trump – “it is not surprising that he is not big enough to accept his defeat”
In conversation remembers Obama also on his first day in the Oval Office *: “You realize that all the news in the newspaper and on TV, all the problems around the world are now your own problems.” Obama is convinced that Joe Biden * and Kamala Harris will now do “a great job”. For the incumbent president Donald Trump he finds clear words: “If you look at his behavior over the past four years, it is not surprising that he is not big enough to recognize his defeat.”
Also reveals Obama, Why Angela Merkel is one of his favorite partners on the world stage. The talk that has already been recorded will be shown on Thursday evening in ZDF. The special edition of “Markus Lanz” starts at 11:15 pm. (as) *Merkur.de is part of the nationwide Ippen digital editorial network