Merkel Defeat Not a Game Changer, Says Enderlein
German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to fight for her refugee policy after a state election defeat for her party, saying she’s “very dissatisfied” with the result and accepts the challenge of winning back public trust. “Of course this has something to do with refugee policy,” Merkel told reporters on Monday while attending the Group of 20 summit in Hangzhou, China. “I’m the party chairwoman, I’m the chancellor. In the eyes of the public you can’t separate that. So I am responsible.” Hertie School of Governance Political Economist Henrik Enderlein discusses with Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Surveillance."