George Soros’ Opinion on Trump Candidacy

George Soros’ Opinion on Trump Candidacy

George Soros, a bestselling author, philanthropist, Democratic Party king maker and hedge fund billionaire has very strong opinions on why a Trump candidacy is not good for the country. According to Forbes magazine, Soros is one of the richest hedge fund billionaires in the world.
Recently, he used very strong terms to describe Donald Trump, the Republican Party presidential hopeful who continues to rise in the polls. Citing Trumps, anti immigration policies, Soros claimed that the presidential hopeful was doing all the dirty work for the ISIS terrorist group.
He is quoted on Forbes as saying that proposing to close the borders from all immigrants could be viewed as convincing the Muslims that there was no alternative but to resort to terrorism. The Bloomberg interview published by Forbes also quotes him warning the international terrorist group that their days were numbered.
It is important to note that George Soros has often been seen to be partisan when it comes to political matters, given that he is considered to be a king maker within the Democratic party, whose candidate is Hillary Clinton. Politics aside, he is a good read when it comes to matters dealing with the global economy and the performance of central banks all over the world.
Soros grew up in war torn Hungary, during World War II. He was a migrant for a period of fifteen years during which time he resided in England. He proceeded to study there before moving to New York to launch his investment career in the early 1950’s. Having become a successful investor, he started writing books and has authored over a dozen books on different topics.
As a former immigrant, he understands the plight of the refugees and has always pledged his loyalty to the stateless people.
The philanthropist billionaire is known to be very philanthropic often donating to charities and causes that are close to his heart. According to his website he started the open foundations society in the year 1979. In the early days, his foundation provided scholarships to black students attending the University Of Cape Town, South Africa. European dissidents looking to study abroad were also provided with the scholarships.

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