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of the following TV appearance: Because two children's reporters with possibly predicted questions Union Chancellor's Candidate Armin Lashet in the narrow, the trouble grows in the Union. How does the transmitter react?
The TV program »Late Night Berlin« withon is despite her rubric »Children ask ...« no child broadcast. But an adult entertainment format with only supposedly harmless children's questions. That must have known Armin Laschet when he took an interview with the eleven-year-old children's reporters Pauline and Romeo.
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The conversation emitted on Tuesday night has only set the Chancellor's candidates and now also the transmitter under explanatory pressure. Pauline and Romeo brought along with questions and inquiries to the evacuation of the Hambach forest or CDU right outside Hans-Georg Maaßen so in distress,.
When asked if Maaßen was a right, Lashet responded with the counter question whether Romeo Kenne Kenne. Maeas is definitely not Nazi. Who says the legend, be unfair, so lashed. When asked what Maaße mislaw, Lashet did not want to give a concrete answer. When Pauline wanted to know what was good about Maaßen, Lashet replied, "Why should something be good about him? We want to chat together, we do not make a promotional event for Mr. Maaßen, which you do not even know. "Now the accusation in the room, which children were remotely controlled by the editor at the approximately ten-minute conversation from the editors by knob in the content. Thus, the alleged child questions in reality would have been adults presented by children.
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At an event of the entrepreneurial association AGA in Hamburg, Laschet expressed itself on Thursday morning for the first time to the interview. In conversation with the editor-in-chief of the Hamburg Abendblatt, Lars Haider, the CDU boss first said he would not rate the process. Then Lashet indicated, adults would have brooded the children the critical questions: "I like to talk to children," he said. Here, however, the children had "a knob in the ear". "So children do not talk," Lashet said. He described the broadcast as a "special format".
In the CDU head office, you did not want to comment on the program on request. Trusted of the Union Chancellor's candidate had already reported critically to the format. Schleswig-Holstein's CDU Education Minister Karin Prien, member in lashes »Zukunftsteam," wrote on Twitter, the interview »raises questions." They »discuss nearly every week with schoolchildren. Such questions are neither children nor young adolescents. "Prien:" Were children instrumental? ".
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ProSieben spokesman Christoph Körfer said to Mirror's request, "Of course," the two children "during and after their interviews" editorially looked after. It is "common practice" that journalists and journalists on television carry a knob in the ear, "to get this editorial care even during the program." This technique is used by almost all adults, "why should one make two eleven-year-old children of this common aid?"
in the TV format of the longtime SPD sympathistant Heufer circulation, which according to ProSieben, however, neither member of the SPD was still , The children's reporters Pauline and Romeo also interviewed Olaf Scholz and Annalena Baerbock. The program with Scholz was also broadcast, Baerbock follows next Tuesday. The Greens wanted to talk about lashing reaction nor to the concept of the format upon request.
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