Trump Vows to Crush Globalist Agenda by Attending Secret Elite Meeting in Davos
President to attend annual elite billionaires meeting in Switzerland
The White House has confirmed that President Trump will attend the annual secretive meeting in Davos, Switzerland this year with a promise to crush globalist policies.
The World Economic Forum is a secretive elite billionaire gathering where the world's most powerful people get together and iron out the New World Order agenda.
This year, Donald Trump has announced he will be attending the conference later this month and vows to push his America First policy, going against the grain of the traditional globalism promoted at the meet.
Trump will be the first sitting US president to attend the WEF in 20 years, with White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirming attendance saying:
"The president welcomes opportunities to advance his America First agenda with world leaders.
"At this year’s World Economic Forum, the president looks forward to promoting his policies to strengthen American businesses, American industries, and American workers."
Executives at the conference will welcome Trump's corporate tax cut and the regulatory slashes his administration had pursued.
His embrace of protectionist policies, however, has made some executives nervous.
His repeated threats to withdraw from various international trade agreements has also put off foreign leaders and business chiefs.
Trump didn't attend last January's conference as it conflicted with his Jan. 20th inauguration.
Shorty after Trump was sworn in as president, billionaire globalist George Soros famously vowed to "take down President Trump" to fulfill the New World Order's plans for "financial Armageddon."
Speaking at the exclusive convention in the Swiss Alps for high ranking politicians and corporation heads, which many believe is actually a secret Illuminati meeting, Soros vowed to destroy Trump's entire agenda.
Mr. Trump will only just make it back for the State of the Union, his first, this year if he attends the entire four-day conference from Jan. 23-26.
He is set to deliver his agenda-setting speech to a joint session of Congress on Jan. 30.
American presidents have not typically attended the high-profile gathering of prominent economists and the world's most wealthy CEOs, financiers and hedge fund heads.
According to the Washington Post, Trump will be the first U.S. president to make an appearance in Davos nearly 20 years.
Bill Clinton was the most recent U.S. leader to attend.
This year, the 48th annual forum will tackle the challenge of "Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World."
More than 3,000 people from 100 countries are expected to participate in the conference that will give Trump, whose assets are in a trust while he runs the country, an opportunity to rub elbows with the global, business elite.
The White House did not say who might accompany him to the conference, but the chief architects of his tax cut plan, economic adviser Gary Cohn, an ex-investment banker, and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, a former hedge funder, are two White House officials who could join him.
Both men are expected to leave the administration early this year to return to their previous occupations.