BERLIN (Reuters) - A deputy to the leader of Germany's upstart Eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany criticized him on Wednesday as a "control freak" bent on rooting out AfD members who disagree with him.
It was a further sign of turmoil in a party that has altered German politics, winning seats in the European Parliament in May and mandates in three German state assemblies - its first - with 10 percent or more of the vote two months ago.
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