election night in 2011 was dramatic in many respects.
in the blue block continues to sit on the power, or Denmark would have its first female prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt?
It ended up as familiar with the latter, a social democrat in denmark, but now reveals Margrethe Vestagers (R) former spin doctor, the then president of The Radical was also offered the post.
On election night in 2011 offered Lars Løkke Rasmussen also to make Margrethe Vestager to the prime minister, writes eksspindoktor Henrik Kjerrumgaard in an attention-grabbing comment at the Althing.
In an interview with the Althing tells Kjerrumgaard, that the offer did not come behind at the party:
- We had prepared us that there was the possibility – not that Lars Løkke itself, but that some from the Left would contact us. We also knew well that the answer would be: 'No, we are not interested'. For us, it was on the list of things that we knew that could happen in the course of the election campaign, on election night and in the days after, says Kjerrumgaard to the Althing.
Therefore, They used Radical also only about 30 seconds to consider the Loop offers.
We sat down, never down and considered the offer. It was forudhåndteret. We had thought that it was a situation that we could encounter, and that the answer would be no, says the former spin doctor.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with Henrik Kjerrumgaard, confirming the incident and the offer from the Loop. He does not wish to comment on the matter further. Lars Løkke is not returned on the Ekstra comments.
the Revelation is interesting, because The Radicals and The Conservatives prior to the election in 2011 had given each other a attention-grabbing handshake.
shook his hand, got to speculate on the Vestager on election night could find to run from the agreement with the red block for the benefit of to be able to put themselves in the statsministerstolen.
To the said Vestager:
- Personal I am enormously proud of the fact that anyone could find to speculate on the way. But it does not change the fact that Radical Left point of Helle Thorning, told Margrethe Vestager at the time to the news Newspaq.
Elections in 2011 ended with a victory for the red block, and after long negotiations acquired During the then president, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, denmark with support from Enhedslisten, SF and The Radical.
In the same government was Margrethe Vestager minister for economic affairs and the interior, as she was until 2014.