Billionaire globalist George Soros could hardly contain his vitriol toward President Trump Thursday at the Economic Forum in Davos, hissing that the "fate of the world" will be decided by the 2020 election.
Speaking at a private dinner, Soros called Trump a "con man" and a "narcissist" and accused the President of needing the world to "revolve around him."
Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
"When his fantasy of becoming president became a reality, his ego swelled," Soros said, adding: "This has turned his narcissism into a malignant disease."
While he'd obviously like nothing more than to see Trump removed from office, Soros expressed doubts that the Democrats impeachment show trial will amount to anything, admitting that Trump has their number.
"He has an instinct of how they are going to respond to his actions," Soros said. "This makes the tasks of the Democrats who impeached him extremely difficult."
Having previously accused Trump of 'making concessions' to China, Soros suggested that Chinese President Xi Jinping is "trying to exploit Trump's weaknesses," where the international trade deal is concerned.
The leftist kingpin also also noted that Xi is using "artificial intelligence to have total control of his people," referring to China's developing, and much maligned, social credit system.
The elitist's comments come in the wake of President Trump's nationalistic address at Davos where he asserted that "a nation's highest duty is to its own citizens."
"Honoring this truth is the only way to build faith and confidence in the market system. Only when governments put their own people first will people be fully invested in their national futures." Trump added.
"A pro-worker, pro-citizen, pro-family agenda demonstrates how a nation can thrive when its communities, its companies, its government work together for the good of the whole nation," the President urged.
Trump also warned about 'prophets of doom' who wish to direct the world for their own agendas.
"These alarmists always demand the same thing - absolute power to dominate, transform, and control every aspect of our lives," the president said, adding that "We're committed to conserving the majesty of God's creation and the natural beauty of our world."
Soros recently threw his weight behind Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), calling her the "most qualified to be president."