Torsten Schack Pedersen regrets now, his tweet from a christmas party last night about the food at udlændingeøen Lindholm.
he writes in a tweet Saturday dinner.
'I'm sorry. My tweet was tried made with a twinkle in his eye. But I can well see that it not exactly went clean into. And therefore do I delete it,' he writes.
Both the Extra Leaf and the other media have tried in vain to get the Left-to the politician in the speech. But he does not answer our messages and have Saturday morning reported to cancel an interview, he had promised to TV2 News.
I am sorry. My tweet was tried made with a twinkle in his eye. But I can well see that it not exactly went clean into. And therefore do I delete it. the— Torsten Schack (@Torstenschack) 8. december 2018
I am sorry that my tweet has offended people. There was absolutely not the intention. Good day to all
Tweetet, which has brought the Liberal party erhvervsordfører in the face of adversity, can now no longer be seen online.
But the Extra Leaf has as a service to our readers saved an image of the Left-the man's unfortunate christmas party-joke.
See also: Left-man for christmas: Better food than they get on the desert island
the Criticism is ago tweetet was issued on the evening of Friday the hailstone down over erhvervsordføreren. In general they are hundreds of kommentarne for the lookup extremely negative, but erhvervsordføreren at the same time has gained more likes from colleagues.
Among other finance minister Kristian Jensen has, according to the commentary track like the ad, but removed his like again. It has Michael an entrepreneurial environment that is selected for the Left in eastern Jutland, on the contrary, not when his like were still visible on Saturday morning.
Danish prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen ended up with to interfere in tonight's race. He did so as a response to one of the many debaters who would like to know if it is worthy of a Left-man to write such.
'In my optics do people eat what they want. It is not essential. Cardinal point is whether the people going to Denmark on the basic values: Freedom, permissiveness, equality and civil laws over religious,' said the little floating answer from Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
Policy - 7. dec. 2018 - at. 19:06 Of the country on the 'at risk' e': - It must be so unbearable for them that they go back home again
the Liberal party former member of parliament Birthe Rønn Hornbech criticizes rather sharply both tweetet and Lars Løkke Rasmussen's answers.
'Lars Lokke provides a response, which is like a lukewarm cup of tea. The liberal party president fails utterly to tell the Liberal party voters, that he deplores the kind of platheder, that is even so clearly forhåner religious people.'
'Can it really be true that the Liberal party slagnummer at the next general election will be to participate in a competition to beat bundrekorden for platheder and stupidity and a demonstration of lack of respect for believers of Danish citizens?'
Lovely food. Crazy unsympathetic comment. Remember the dignity @venstredk #dkpol pic.twitter.com/aVrHFmvmUJ— Pia Olsen Dyhr (@PiaOlsen) 8. december 2018
the Danish policy - 5. dec. 2018 - at. 08:30 DF: Give residents Lindholm fodlænke
Kagefejring of the misfortunes of others, is switched out with pork - bon appetite. #dkpol https://t.co/TqotCGelol— Anders Ladekarl (@AndersLadekarl) 8. december 2018