BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 10: An issue of the January 11 Berlin-Brandenburg edition of Bild Zeitung tabloid lies open showing an article with a headline that reads: "Why Won't Wulff Honour His ... more 
BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 10: An issue of the January 11 Berlin-Brandenburg edition of Bild Zeitung tabloid lies open showing an article with a headline that reads: "Why Won't Wulff Honour His Television Promise?" next to a conveyor at the Axel Springer printing press on January 10, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Bild Zeitung, which is Germany's most influential and biggest-circulation tabloid, has pitted itself against German President Christian Wulff after the paper published a story about his personal finance conduct while Wulff was governor of Lower Saxony. Wulff has admitted telephoning Bild Editor-in-Chief Kai Diekmann before the story broke, though Wulff claims he only sought to postpone publication of the story by one day, and not prevent publication, as Bild alledges. The affair has since taken on further dimensions following a recent television interview Wulff gave in an effort to quel criticism. Many critics are calling for Wulff's resignation. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) less 
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