A few weeks before the 2020 US election, Springer boss Döpfner reportedly wrote an email with explosive content. He describes the content as paradoxical.
Mathias Döpfner, CEO of Axel Springer Verlag, reportedly wrote an email with explosive content ahead of the 2020 US election. This was reported by the American newspaper “Washington Post”, which received the mail and now published its screenshot. Döpfner himself may have sent them, but the content was contradictory, he told the newspaper.
“Should everyone take an hour on the morning of November 3rd and pray that Donald Trump will be reinstated as President of the United States?” (sic), it says in an email Döpfner allegedly sent to his closest executives a few weeks before the election. On November 3, 2020, the US presidential election took place. The email also contained the text of a statement that the US Department of Justice wanted to sue internet giant Google for abuse of power.
“No American government has done more in the last 50 years.”
The post lists the six points as “the most important issues of the last ten years”. Among them: defending independent democracies against dictatorships in China and Russia or stability and security in the Middle East. A screenshot can be found in the following tweet:
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