George Soros Calls Donald Trump a 'Danger To The World' At Davos
Globalist worried about Presidents threat to the new world order
Billionaire globalists George Soros has described President Donald Trump as a 'danger to the world' during a dinner he hosted at the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Soros told his audience he believed that Donald Trump was attempting to create a 'mafia state' in the US, but couldn't due to the underlying institutions within the country. Despite Soros's claim, he didn't elaborate on what he actually meant.
"I consider the Trump administration a danger to the world,'" Soros said
Soros went on to predict a Democratic 'landslide' in the 2018 elections, putting an end t the Trump era.
'I give President Trump credit for motivating his core supporters brilliantly, but for every core supporter he has created a greater number of core opponents who are."
The globalist leaders present at Davos included German Chancellor Angela Merkel who, when questioned about the rise of nationalism, she called it a “poison.”“I hope it is not going to grow, but it is a poison,” she said Wednesday.
“Germany wishes to be a country that lends its contribution in the future to solve the problems of the world together, we think that shutting ourselves off and isolating ourselves will not lead us into a good future. Protectionism is not the proper answer.”
DailyMail reports: Trump found a softer way to package his 'America First' agenda he strode through the conference center on his first day in Davos, calling for prosperity and 'great peace'.
'I think the real message is we want great prosperity and we want great peace,' Trump said after holding back-to-back meetings with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Soros has been a consistent critic of Trump who is also in Davos, the first US president to attend since Bill Clinton in 2000. Trump is pictured at the World Economic Forum on Thursday
'And I think that really is the message,' Trump told pool reporters who trailed him at each scheduled meeting at the gathering of bigwigs in the snowy Alpine town.
Trump also renewed his public pitch for investors to pour money into the US.
A lot of people are coming back to the US. 'We are seeing tremendous investment,' he said. 'And today's been a very exciting day, very great day and great for our country,' the president said.
Trump landed on Thursday in Switzerland, where his outsized personality and determination to push an 'America First' agenda was upending the annual Davos conference.
To an extent, the annual confab of billionaires and CEOs was centering around Trump even before Air Force One touched down in Zurich, then flew aboard Marine One to Davos in the Swiss Alps.
Trump is due to address delegates Friday.