May 5, 2016

President Trump rated one of the ten biggest global dangers


 Donald Trump winning the US presidency is considered one of the top 10 risks facing the world, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.

The research firm warns he could disrupt the global economy and heighten political and security risks in the US.

However, it does not expect Mr Trump to defeat Hillary Clinton who it sees as "his most likely Democratic contender".

He is rated as riskier than Britain leaving the European Union or an armed clash in the South China Sea.


Anonymous said...

And at the outset, they gave Obama the Nobel Peace Prize.
First impressions don't always play out, do they?

Anonymous said...

Really? EVERYONE knows that failed republics get strong men in power sooner or later, Trump is just a warm up as current events around the world shows, or real history. Sooner or later a strong man gets into power in a failed republic, either leftest or rightest. The USA is not a full blown failed republic yet, but heading that way.

Law of averages, ten failed republics, the fail states get in strong men, then one out of ten is a mad man bent on war or other massive disruptions.... Just simple law of averages... That's all, no surprises, just repeating world events or repeating history if you prefer.

Anonymous said...

This is, of course, total BS! Donald Trump is the only candidate to talk about normalizing relations with Russia.

What it's really about is the possibility of changing the paradigm of foreign relationships between nations and perhaps changing out the 2 war parties we have in Washington, which are actually 2 extremes we have of the one war party in Washington!