Q) So how do you see the situation in Europe and the United States?Soros was permanently kicked out of Hungary, he was so despised in his home country. Note, Soros is a USA citizen, he can be tried for treason and put to death.
A) I think Europe is very vulnerable, much more so than the United States. The United States is one of the longest-lasting democracies in history. But even in the United States, a confidence trickster like Trump can be elected president and undermine democracy from within.
But in the US you have a great tradition of checks and balances and established rules. And above all you have the Constitution. So I am confident that Trump will turn out to be a transitory phenomenon, hopefully ending in November. But he remains very dangerous, he’s fighting for his life and he will do anything to stay in power, because he has violated the Constitution in many different ways and if he loses the presidency he will be held accountable.
So he blames Hungary as one of the worst threats to Europe.
And of course, you know Poland is independent, and a great friend to USA at this time.
Q) Who are the enemies inside?Soros takes issue with have money "well spent" LOL
A) There are many leaders and movements that are opposed to the values upon which the European Union was founded. In two countries they have actually captured the government, Viktor Orbán in Hungary and Jaroslaw Kaczyński in Poland
The scale back of plans on climate change and defense policy is particularly disappointing. Secondly, they also want to make sure that the money is well spent. That creates problems for the southern states that were the hardest hit by the virus.