Pressed later on whether she feels solidarity with the congresswomen, she replied: "Yes".
Joining an global chorus of condemnation, German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday sharply criticized U.S. President Donald Trump over his "racist comments" about four minority Democratic congresswomen.
"In my view, the strength of America lies in that people from different [origins] contributed to what makes the country great". "I distance myself firmly from this and feel solidarity with the three women who were attacked".
Trump on Sunday said progressive congresswomen should "go back" and try to fix the "crime infested places" they "originally came from" before telling the US government how to handle its problems.
She has no history of serious health issues.
Merkel said that she understands questions about her health after three recent incidents in which her body shook as she stood at public events.
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"I have said that 2021 will be the end of my political work and I hope that there is a life after that - and I would like to lead it in good health", she said.
Despite a series of gaffes this year, Kramp-Karrenbauer took over as defence minister on Wednesday, entering the cabinet in a move likely to make or break her chances of succeeding her mentor as Germany's leader by 2021.
"A price for Carbon dioxide emissions stimulates innovation", said Merkel, stressing that "we have to take people with us" and warning that "there is no free way" to protect the climate.
Merkel, who turned 65 this week, recalled that she has ruled out seeking a fifth term as chancellor.
"The party will decide who will be chancellor candidate", she said, adding that her Christian Democrats and their Bavarian sister party would do this together.
The German leader and Trump have clashed before over her immigration policy.