German Chancellor tells reporters she is “feeling good”
Paul Joseph Watson
July 10, 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seen visibly shaking on camera for a third time but denied any health problems, telling reporters she was “feeling good”.
The latest incident happened as she welcomed Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne.
However, Merkel brushed off concerns about her health, telling the media, “I am feeling very good, and there is no reason for concern.”
This is now the third time in less than a month that Merkel has been seen visibly trembling on camera.
The first incident occurred in mid-June during her visit with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
After having blamed dehydration on that occasion, the German leader was then filmed shaking again during an indoor event in late June.
Angela Merkel hat im Schloss Bellevue erneut einen Zitteranfall erlitten. Regierungssprecher Seibert sagte, der Bundeskanzlerin gehe es gut. pic.twitter.com/dy8haFPpm4
— Berlin direkt (@berlindirekt) June 27, 2019
Following the second incident, German officials claimed Merkel’s trembling was “psychologically driven”.
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This article was posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 1:23 pm