The communist revolutions in Germany in 1918 all failed and the government that took over in Berlin in 1919 was not a revolutionary one but one of the progressive Middle Classes and Nationalists. Contrary to perceived wisdom the Kaiser did not abdicate or flee to Holland. Prince Max von Baden just announced that he had abdicated and had him summarily kicked out of the country.
He wasn't "kicked out tof the country", because he wan't in the country at the time. He was with the army in occupied Belgium, and went from there straight to the Dutch frontier without attempting to return to Germany. This wasn't particularly due to anything Max said, but because his generals told him that the Army would not support any attempt to keep him in power.