. . . and the weather is certainly continues to cooperate for the Democratic presidential candidate’s much-anticipated speech this evening at 19.00 at the Siegessäule, which after all will be an open-air affair. The website of the regional state media company, Rundfunk Berlin und Brandenburg expects only a chance of clouds and no chance of rain. Temperatures during the day in Berlin will peak at 27º C (= 81º F – getting a little high for Northern European standards, believe or not), but will of course cool down to more-comfortable territory by the evening. Perfect!
You can certainly expect a broad run-down of tomorrow’s reactions in the German press (and, possibly, elsewhere in Europe) to the Senator’s speech and the event in general on this site from tomorrow – so stay tuned!