Chancellor of Germany
“We are ... obliged today to oppose all tendencies that seek to destroy democracy. That includes right-wing extremism,” declared the German chancellor.
"I firmly distance myself from that, " the German chancellor said of the president's racist attacks on four members of Congress who are women of color.
The German chancellor criticized “walls” throughout her Harvard University commencement address, a swipe at the president's anti-immigration rhetoric.
The breakdown of coalition talks has plunged German politics into a deep political crisis.
With the election of President Donald Trump, some political observers anointed German Chancellor Angela Merkel as leader
It's a reflection of long-standing traditions surrounding the role of women in society.
"I have the highest level of personal regard for her."
She pledges to stand with anyone who peacefully opposes hateful ideology.
Ulli Köppe's question for Angela Merkel is believed to have had a national impact.
Demonstrators smashed shop windows, torched cars and set fires in the streets.
During a state visit to Berlin this week, Chinese President Xi Jinping hailed a "new beginning" for the two countries.
“Whoever believes the problems of this world can be solved by isolationism and protectionism is making a tremendous error."
He was the country's longest-serving post-war chancellor.
This shift was underway since well before the Trump presidency.