A better president wouldn’t have hired two wife beaters. Martin Schulz had to go.
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Martin Schulz promised not to form another grand coalition. Now he is joining one.
The Social Democratic Party leader feels no time pressure to form another grand coalition with Angela Merkel.
The German party leaders had their only debate before the election later this month.
The Social Democratic Party leader is liked by cosmopolitan and working-class voters. But they don’t actually vote for him.
If a vote for Martin Schulz is potentially a vote for the far left, Germans may prefer the safety of Angela Merkel.
Martin Schulz has pushed Germany’s Social Democrats up in the polls, but another grand coalition is still likely.