Left-wing billionaire George Soros is losing in his efforts to shape global politics.
Soros admitted the populist movement isn’t winning but he is not going to back down.
The Washington Post interviewed Soros in Switzerland.
George Soros, the billionaire investor and liberal donor, sat in his hotel suite by Lake Zurich this week, lamenting the turn much of the world has taken in recent years: “Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong.”
His favored presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, lost to President Trump, whose “America First” platform runs counter to the globalism Soros embraces. Trump, he said, “is willing to destroy the world.” The European Union, which Soros once hoped would be so successful that he could end his charitable work in the region, is contending with the impending loss of Britain and a rise of anti-immigrant sentiment. And Soros himself has emerged as a political target in elections from Hungary to California, where his donations have been used as a cudgel against the causes he supports.
Soros also described President Trump “…as a ‘narcissist’ who ‘considers himself all-powerful.’”
He also added, he would support impeaching President Trump if Democrats take control of Congress.
The fact remains the left-wing policies Soros supports failed and are actively being rejected by people around the world.
As Soros is learning, money has its limits and it can only buy but so much.