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Kissinger (Designer/Architect of the NWO) Praises Trump – What’s in store for us all?

Kissinger (Designer/Architect of the NWO) Praises Trump – What’s in store for us all?

Kissinger (Designer/Architect of the NWO) Praises Trump – What’s in store for us all?
December 20
19:46 2016

Henry Kissinger praises Trump as ‘a phenomenon that foreign countries haven’t seen’ and says his election is an ‘extraordinary opportunity’

 The Former Secretary of State has met with Trump on numerous occasions

Kissinger declined to endorse during the 2016 presidential race

But now tells CBS that Trump could be a ‘very considerable president’

Members of the Electoral College are gathering Monday to formally elect Trump

By Sarah Dean For Mailonline

Published: 04:01 EST, 19 December 2016
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has described President-elect Donald Trump as a ‘phenomenon’ with the potential to do ‘something remarkable’.

The 93-year-old Nobel laureate told CBS show Face The Nation that the Republican’s unconventional style could be an asset and an ‘extraordinary opportunity’ for the US.

‘Donald Trump is a phenomenon that foreign countries haven’t seen. So it is a shocking experience to them that he came into office, at the same time, extraordinary opportunity,’ Kissinger said.


‘And I believe he has the possibility of going down in history as a very considerable president,’ he added.

The former Secretary of State criticized Barack Obama for ‘basically withdrawing America from international politics’ as he explained how Trump will shake things up by ‘asking a lot of unfamiliar questions’.

‘Because of the combination of the partial vacuum and the new questions, one could imagine that something remarkable and new emerges out of it,’ Kissinger said. ‘I’m not saying it will. I’m saying it’s an extraordinary opportunity.’

On December 11, speaking at the newly-established Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo, Kissinger said Trump was a personality that has ‘no precedent in modern American history,’ but cautioned against judging him on his campaign rhetoric.

Kissinger said that before ‘postulating an inevitable crisis,’ the new administration should be given a chance to present its international policies, despite the ‘rhetorical elements … (and) challenging patterns’ presented during Trump’s campaign.

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