Not long ago, Hillary Clinton had blasted her potential adversary in Novembers 2016 presidential elections, Donald Trump, by stating that his comments further alienate disgruntled Muslim youths living in the Western countries.
Trump commented that the United States should ban Muslims from entering its territory. This has led to much criticism in the liberal media, while some Persian Gulf sheikhs cut business ties with Trump’s enterprises in the region.
It even has come to the point where the United Kingdom’s Parliament is debating whether to ban this potential future President of the United States from entering the British territory, a rather discouraging development for a country that claims to have a special relationship with America.
Trump’s comments, however, have brought him many supporters. This worries Hillary’s team as well as other Republican candidates. But, here comes George Soros to the rescue.
During this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Soros blasted Trump by echoing Hillary Clinton’s claim that Trump’s comments help ISIS in doing their work by further alienating the already-alienated Muslims.
George Soros has been a clear supporter of Clinton’s presidential bid and has criticized another Republican candidate, Ted Cruz. As Soros predicted, Hillary will win in a landslide, but as of know, it’s becoming less certain.
With recent criticism of Trump, it appears we have a clash of multi-billionaires going on. Soros’s fortune is estimated to be around $24 to $27 billion dollars, while Trump got around $4.5 billion.
George Soros made his fortune as a financial speculator (he even made a billion dollars in a day back in 1992), while Donald Trump made it big in real estate.
As of late, Soros has been praising another powerful lady, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. According to him, she’s done a good job by inviting millions of Muslim youths to Europe, despite all the issues with terrorism, sexual assaults on European women, and increased crime.
He still feels Europe can handle the crisis and is encouraging the European Union nations to bring a million migrants form the Middle East each year for as long as necessary, while paying them subsidies.