Outspoken liberal political financier George Soros was very harsh on the topic of President Donald Trump's presidency in an interview conducted this Thursday with The Washington Post, according to The New York Post.
Going on a tirade against President Trump, Soros called the leader of the current administration a "narcissist... who considers himself all-powerful" and that the President would be "willing to destroy the world" to satisfy his own ego. Elaborating further on the fate of smaller political stakeholders such as Tom Steyer, Al Franken, and Kirsten Gillibrand, Soros wrapped up the interview by giving his compatriots on the left some reassurance that he wasn't done fighting, The Daily Mail recalls.
"The bigger the danger, the bigger the threat, the more I feel engaged to confront it."
The distance between those visions could not be further apart. Soros frequently calls for globalist governance, open border policies, and humanitarian aid for depleted and war-torn countries as part of his massive Open Society Foundation works. His critics, however, accuse him of destabilizing nations and brazenly plotting regime change via his financial influence, in Georgia as reported by The Globe and Mail, and in Yugoslavia according to The Christian Science Monitor. One such critic includes the President's son, who has taken to Twitter in the past to reveal Soros' financial hand at play in agitating popular protest.