in the Middle of the altomsluttende coronakrise has the prime minister Mette Frederiksen's closest adviser, chief of staff, Martin Rossen, sent intimidating communications to a political commentator.
It tells the DR is in podcast, 'Reboot', where the host is Knud Brix has spoken with Information policy analyst, Lars Trier Mogensen.
Here tells the political journalist, he got a clear message from Martin Rossen after a critical analysis of the Information, which he described Mette Frederiksen, Denmark's 'corona commander in chief' and was critical to the very far-reaching coronatiltag from the government.
the Danish policy - 16. mar. 2020 - pm. 18:10 for each Country: closing the world down.
And it absolutely fell not on good ground with the chief of staff:
I have been told in the right cash plain text from the people around her, " says Lars Trier Mogensen in the podcast.
- I have the bl.a. got a reprimand from the chief of staff in the prime minister's office, Martin Rossen, who definitely was not happy with the way I've laid the course in.
Lars Trier Mogensen, however, will not reveal what was in the text message from Martin Rossen.
- It is confidential, what specifically was said.
The political commentator assesses in the podcast, that it was intended to intimidate him with the inquiry.
Martin Rossen has chosen to lay down flat after its contact Lars Trier Mogensen.
Lars Trier Mogensen should probably not expect to be invited to Rossens next get-together, when the government's restrictions against large gatherings indoors relaxed.
On Twitter reproduces the journalist, Knud Brix, thus a regretful sms from Rossen with a built-in giftpil against Trier Mogensen:
'Lars was a friend. I'm sorry if my response in any way have been perceived as intimidating and it would, I wish he had said directly to me. Anyone who knows Lars know that he always says what he thinks. The right is what he lives by. I tried very briefly and in an absurd flurry of reality, to give him my perspective on an otherwise completely legitimate and relevant discussion. It should not repeat itself.'
Lars Trier Mogensen writes critically about Mette F's handling of the Corona. He gets messages from Martin Rossen. @triermogensen perceive it as intimidating, he tells of the Restart today, @SosseRossen does not show up, but send a quote “Lars was a friend...” https://t.co/YwFqMs6syd— Knud Brix (@Knud_brix) March 17, 2020
Martin Rossen has been a controversial figure in the central governing since the creation of the chief of staff function after the elections last summer.
The longtime spin doctor is known as a temperamental advisor. Extra Magazine described him last year in a portrait as 'a famous and notorious face within Christiansborgs walls.
On the positive side, he identified as the man who has had the decisive hand in the game During the takeover of the government, and many refers to him as a uoverstruffen strategist. On the negative side, he is described as controlling - bordering on the pathological, and as a man who is only driven by power.'
Martin Rossen do not want to comment further, informs the prime minister's office.
Extra Magazine trying to get a detailed comment from Lars Trier Mogensen.