George Soros calls Obama ‘biggest disappointment’, says he doesn’t ‘particularly want to be a Democrat’

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New York-billionaire George Soros said the former U.S. President, Barack Obama, was published his “greatest disappointment” during a wide-ranging interview with the New York Times on Tuesday, as well as appear to distance themselves from the party politics.

The wealthy liberal donor, was an early supporter of Obama’s 2008 presidential, told The Times that Obama “was actually my biggest disappointment,” before he was asked, supposedly, by a help to make it clear that he was unhappy with a “professional level”, rather than of his presidency.

In another part of the interview, he told the paper that Obama “closed the door” on him after he secured the presidency.

Soros was an early supporter of Obama in 2008, said the Ex-President his “biggest disappointment.”

“He made a phone call to thank me for my support, which was meant to be for the last five minutes, and I engaged him, and he had to spend and additional three minutes for me, so I pulled it out to eight minutes,” he said.

Soros said the paper, which he had hoped, was consulted, economic and financial questions, and that Obama was known to “take his supporters for granted and woo his opponents.”

Soros, the run also poured millions of dollars into Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential candidate, would be the would not say if he sen again Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. in the upcoming presidential elections, but said, when it comes to policy, “I don’t know, especially a Democrat.”

While speaking with the times, Soros, Arizona Senator John McCain, and said praised, the most important priority of his political activism, the promotion of bipartisanship was – considering that the Republicans led to the right of him one of the top donors to the Democratic party.

But, as Democrats, to lay eyes on her, and from November, the midterm-election push to regain control of the house of representatives, the long-term objective, a Democrat is in the Oval Office in the year 2020, the party is a glaring concern – as well as where Soros give his financial support.

Soros displeasure Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, said of your use of the #MeToo movement, which led to the removal of Al Franken in Congress.

“She was promoting #MeToo to yourself,” he told the newspaper.

“He made a phone call to thank me for my support, which was meant to last for five minutes, and I engaged him, and he had to spend and additional three minutes for me, so I pulled it out to eight minutes.”

– George Soros on Obama

Although Gillibrand nor her helpers have confirmed or denied that you go to a presidential run, there are reports of extensive fundraising, as well as their offers of help for young people and communities of colour, the play also with one of the most serious anti-Trump voting records in the Senate.

Soros has contributed upwards of $ 15 million to support Democrats in the midterm elections, and said the paper for any trump-determined support “there is more than a trump card to the enemy, more intent, more.

When we asked where, he said, with a view to its political ideology, Soros, the times “I am against the extreme left,” he said. “He should keep to try and stop the extremists on the right.”

Click here to read George Soros’ full interview with the New York Times.

Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.

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