It may seem ironic that George Soros, a self-made billionaire is at odds with Donald J. Trump, also a billionaire on several levels. The concept of wealth in the minds of Main Street Americans is that all billionaires agree. Learn more on Biography about George
Prior to the election of Donald Trump, George Soros supported Hillary Clinton. This is due to the fact that George Soros has been a big supporter of the Democratic Party.
However, at the World Economic Forum of 2017, held in Davos, Switzerland, George Soros provided an assessment of the newly elected Trump.
The Soros Perspective on the Future for Donald Trump
Interestingly, George Soros, the quintessential business guru, gave his opinion of the future for Donald Trump’s administration. At Davos, Mr. Soros stated, “He’s picked three chiefs of staff instead of one.”
He added that he surmised that the chosen members of the Trump cabinet don’t seem to have a collective view of how Trump should govern. As George Soros stated, “His cabinet comes from various establishments,” said Soros. “There will be infighting,” he predicted.
George Soros – Financial Oracle
In the past George Soros, sometimes recognized as “The man who broke the Bank of England” when he placed a short bet against the British pound, was asked to speak at the European Union Parliament in Brussels, Belgium at the time of the British vote on Brexit.
Mr. Soros has a vested interest in advising European countries due to that fact he was born in Budapest, Hungary and escaped the Nazi Regime and later Communist occupation.
His advice on financial economics in Europe is highly valued and relied upon due to his years of experience and knowledge of the cause and effects of financial instability in global markets and trade. Learn more on discoverthenetworks.org about George Soros.
The Soros vs. Trump Financial Strategies
George Soros strategies on finance are at odds with that of Donald Trump. Where George Soros deliberates over decisions relating to finance, Donald Trump’s style is often viewed as “spur of the moment.”
As George Soros stated to the European Parliament in June 2016, regarding Brexit, “The vote for Brexit was a great shock to me and, I imagine, to most people in this room. Last Friday morning, the disintegration of the European Union seemed practically inevitable.”
Donald Trump’s statement regarding Brexit, “An early trade deal would make Brexit a great thing” as reported in the UK’s Telegraph media.
From an objective standpoint, it appears George Soros can substantiate reasons for the potential negative financial impact of Brexit. It appears George Soros was correct. The British pound began to fall in value shortly after Brexit.
Donald Trump clearly views Brexit as an opportunity for “individual” trade bases within each European country.