With Sandra Maischberger, plenty of platitudes are served up, but there is also a ray of hope: Garry Kasparov, who has been in the opposition to Putin at all personal risk for decades, is there by switch.
One is a bit afraid that a cabaret artist will appear in Sandra Maischberger’s show about Putin’s war. Because it’s not that funny. In addition, the cabaret artist is also still Dieter Nur. But actually, one is afraid of Sandra Maischberger anyway, at least since she invited the apparently completely confused Oskar Lafontaine and managed the remarkable feat of pretending that Lafontaine’s Ami-Go-Home drivel was somehow an argumentatively comprehensible position.