There is only one out of the country's prime minister, who knows when we danes are to to choice. Lars Løkke Rasmussen has given up and told his wife, Sólrun, when the general Election is being held.
It revealed the Loop, when he visited the Norwegian-Swedish talk show 'Skavlan'.
- Sólrun at it too. Maybe she knew it before me. I know it is not. I have spoken with her about it. She knows everything, said the prime minister, and firmly ruled that the elections at the latest will be June 17, which, however, is a matter of course.
the Interview on 'Skavlan', which is the most-watched talk show, was shown on Friday night at 21 on the SVT.
As the Skavlans host, Fredrik Skavlan, would know about Sólrun is afraid that she is not married to a prime minister, said Loop teasing:
- I'll take care she does not come to engage in a campaign for the opposition, but I think more, she is afraid that I will win - against all odds, said Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who seemed relaxed, while he talked about everything from life as a politician to his upbringing in Barnstaple.
In the interview, it also emerged that Sólrun is not easy to impress.
- Yes, I have not found out yet how to do it. She is not at all easy to impress. She is faroese. She is completely indifferent with all the glitter, said Lars Løkke Rasmussen. the
Trump provoked Loop
After a more homely talk told the prime minister about an incident with the president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump.
Here should Trump having shouted 'you owe, you owe' about the lack of a proper european contribution to Nato. But it was a remark which provoked Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
- I was afraid of it, for we have had the 43 Danish soldiers who have died in Afghanistan. And so, experience an american president, who just sit and say: 'you owe! In owe!' It I could not simply have the inside of my body, said Loop, while the eyes were wet.
the Loop may simply shout 'Donald, Donald, Donald' to get the us president's attention. Something that made a great impression on the Norwegian host.
- In my first time as prime minister I wrote kondolencebreve to the parents or boyfriends who had lost their loved ones in Afghanistan. So I will simply not accept an american president who degenerates here to a question of money. That was it, I said to him, explained to a concerned, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
What said he? would Fredrik Skavlan know:
'You made a good point, and I think, I did, finished, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.