'Servile tomgangssnak' and mikrofonholderi from a journalist, who could not hide his 'næsegruse admiration' of the UNITED states.
'Johannes Langkilde sounded like Jeppe in the baron's bed, who cannot believe his own luck,' writes SF politician Karsten Hønge among other things, in his op-ed in the B. T. on the DR-journalist John Langkildes interview with UNITED states secretary of state, Mike Pompeo.
It resulted in a less ordkrig on Twitter between DR's journalist and the politician.
at the Top of the agenda stood the question of the U.S.'s motivation for the Arctic.
Although Langkilde in the abovementioned interview asked for just that, it was for Karsten Hønge not enough.
- Americans are aggressive towards Denmark. We have the right to go hard for them here. When we experience otherwise, a near ally going in and trying to destabilise another ally's form of government? It is absolutely unheard of, says Karsten Hønge to Ekstra Bladet.
'I think you confuse it with good behavior. Do you think a wrathful and insolent attitude had given better answers?' asks Langkilde, among other things, on Twitter.
- of Course you have to be polite. The one excludes the not the other. Pompeo does not provide a single answer to the question, and so it is a journalists job to take hold and insist on getting answers to these questions - not just seem overwhelmed, impressed, and humbled, saith the SF'eren.
the Politician suggests that the DR could have failed to send the interview.
- You may find that it does not keep a meter in my field. They choose to send it in primetime, and they re-emit it even.
in addition to the DR's lack of insistence on the answer astonishes the politician of Denmark goes on the american premise that they only wanted a few questions only and only from the DR.
- It is completely biased to go into the paragraph. Pompeo slipper completely away with it. He just sit and smile and talk about the prosperity and happiness of Greenland and Denmark, he says, and continues:
- It is not a shape, that serve either the government or the press, but it needs an Extra Magazine after all, not the blame when you were not invited.
the Journalist Johannes Langkilde do not want to help, but tells that he thinks that his comment on Twitter is sufficiently clear.