Chancellor candidate special broadcasts today on ZDF, RTL and ARD

After the Union was also able to agree on a top candidate for the federal election, special programs about the Chancellor candidate and the Chancellor candidate are running today on ARD, ZDF and RTL. Armin Laschet poses in interviews with ARD and ZDF.

The SPD’s candidate, Olaf Scholz, has been known since last August. After the Greens had already chosen their candidate for chancellor yesterday with Annalena Baerbock, it has meanwhile also decided that Armin Laschet will go into the federal election campaign as candidate for chancellor for the CDU / CSU. On this occasion, ZDF editor-in-chief Peter Frey and the deputy ZDF editor-in-chief Bettina Schausten will ask this evening from 7.20 p.m. on ZDF and from 5.30 p.m. live on and in the ZDF media library “What now, Mr. Laschet?”.

Tina Hassel, director and editor-in-chief of the ARD capital studio, and her deputy Oliver Köhr also question Armin Laschet in “Show your colors”. Immediately after the “Tagesschau” it will be about the power struggle in the Union and the upcoming election campaign. How he wants to win back the trust of voters, who would have preferred his competitors, is also one of the questions.

RTL will also start reporting today at 8:15 p.m. The “RTL Aktuell Spezial: Fight for the Chancellery – The Candidates Stand” was added to the program. In this program, moderated by Maik Meuser, the candidates for chancellor from the SPD and Union and the candidate for chancellor from the Greens should have their say. Above all, they should express their opinion on possible coalition options. For this, RTL postpones all other programs by a quarter of an hour.

An overview of today’s special programs on television:

  • 7.20 p.m. ZDF: “What now, Mr. Laschet?”
  • 8.15 p.m. RTL: “RTL Aktuell Special: Fight for the Chancellery – The candidates stand up”
  • 8.15 p.m. The first: “Show your colors”


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