Martin Schulz Accuses Trump of being ‘un-American’

Source> The Local

Merkel election rival accuses Trump of being 'un-American'
Martin Schulz. Photo: DPA
Martin Schulz, the Social Democrat who is to take on Angela Merkel in September’s national election, has said that Donald Trump has not acted like an American since becoming US President.

“What Trump is doing is un-American,” Schulz told the Funke media group. “The United States stand, like few other countries, for enlightenment, democracy and the values of freedom.”

In a stinging criticism of the US President, Schulz said that Trump was “running with a wrecking ball through American values.”

Schulz – up until mid-January the President of the European Parliament – was chosen on Sunday by the Social Democratic Party (SPD) to be their candidate to face Merkel in the national elections.

Since he has been named as candidate, the party have reached their best polling figures in two years.

The SPD man said that it is Berlin’s duty to emphasize to Washington that Germany and Europe strongly oppose the policies of the Republican President.

Schulz’s broadside on Trump was accompanied on Wednesday by that of another leading member of the SPD.


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