US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have been strongly criticized by world-renowned investor and currency dealer George Saros. The billionaire social worker directly attacked Modi’s Hindu nationalism and Trump’s tactics of winning the election.
Speaking to the United States and India at an event in Davos, Switzerland, Saros highlighted global, political and technological issues. His words came up in a Bloomberg report.
The Hungarian-born billionaire said the US President Trump’s economic team is heating up the economy. An overheated economy cannot be boiled down for too long. If all this had happened near the polls, it could have assured his re-election. The problem with him is that the election is still six months away.
Regarding Trump, Saros said that Trump is a man of great self-esteem (Narcissus), who wants the whole world to revolve around him. When his dream of becoming president was fulfilled, his self-love went into a state of disorder. In fact, he violates the limits imposed on the president by the constitution and is being damned.
Davos criticized India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the event, saying that the democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state, imposing punitive measures on Kashmir, a semi-autonomous Muslim region, and insulting Lakhota.
The billionaire businessman did not stop talking about China-US relations. He criticized Trump on the one hand and even knocked down Chinese President Xi Jinping. Saros said Trump is willing to ignore national interests for his own sake.
He is ready to do everything to win the election again. Si Chin Ping, on the other hand, is desperate to exploit Trump’s weaknesses and to exercise full control over his people through the use of artificial intelligence.