Anders Fogh Rasmussen , Secretary General of NATO & News Anchor Cherno Jobatey

Anders Fogh Rasmussen , Secretary General of NATO & News Anchor Cherno Jobatey

Anders Fogh Rasmussen & Cherno Jobatey

Anders Fogh Rasmussen , NATO Secretary General attended a convention hosted by News Anchor Cherno Jobatey discussing politics.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen , Secretary General of NATO attended a convention which was based in the new fashionable style of an American townhall meeting. The meeting was led by News Anchor Cherno Jobatey who had to make sure that Anders Fogh Rasmussen , Secretary General of NATO answered all the questions fully. At Berlin’s famous Adlon Hotel close to the Brandenburg Gate they were standing in front of a crowd of 400 people containing a mixture of politicians, security experts and University-students. At one point  Anders Fogh Rasmussen didn’t answer a young woman’s question fully, so moderator Cherno Jobatey stepped in trying to explain an old German saying: “almost there is still not there” Secretary General of NATO pretended not to understand the meaning of the idiom to avoid answering the question. When Cherno Jobatey raised his index finger and thumb, Anders Fogh Rasmussen turned around smiling saying Yes I know that idiom, I do understand some German. But it’s always Okay if a politician tries to avoid 100% answers. With that the whole audience had a big hearty laugh. Anders Fogh Rasmussen definitely stole the scene as critics might describe it.