Trump Given HUGE News – ‘He’s Going To Win The Election’ Because of This

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At the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, some corporate executives expressed their belief in the tangible possibility of former President Donald Trump securing a second term, using language that was far from hysterical.

According to CNBC, European executives were more worried about another term for Trump, although many U.S. executives were not worried at all. In fact, many of them believed that he would win and praised his economic policies during his first term.

CNBC reported that an influential American business executive, who chose to remain unidentified for the sake of secrecy in his conversations with foreign leaders, proposed that some of the unease could be attributed to a restricted comprehension of the checks and balances that are inherent in the system of the United States government.

“I’m not sure Europeans understand how weak executive orders are,” the person told the outlet. “We have a justice system. Congress will probably be divided. It’s right to be cautious, but it won’t be the end of the world.”

Another CEO of a U.S. bank, speaking in a private conversation, expressed annoyance with the media’s habit of exaggerating the perceived danger of a Trump presidency. The CEO emphasized their belief that the previous president is all talk and no action. The bank CEO also minimized Trump’s rejection of the 2020 election outcome as simply hyperbole.

“He’s going to win the presidency,” the CEO predicted. “Many of his policies were right.”

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon recently praised Trump’s foreign and domestic policies, while criticizing President Joe Biden, Democratic Party members, and left-wing media for depicting “MAGA” supporters of former President Donald Trump as “threats to democracy.”

“I wish the Democrats would think a little bit more carefully when they talk about ‘MAGA,’” he said during a CNBC morning show segment on Wednesday.

“You know if you travel this country… We’ve got this great hand. When people say MAGA, they actually look at people voting for Trump, and they think they’re voting for — they’re basically scapegoating them, that you are like him,” Dimon continued.

“I don’t think they’re voting for Trump because of his family values. Just take a step back, and be honest. He was kind of right about NATO. He was kind of right about immigration. He grew the economy quite well. Tax reform worked. He was right about China. I don’t like what he did… and how he said things about Mexico. But he wasn’t wrong about these critical issues,” Dimon added.

“That’s why they’re voting for him. People should be more respectful of our fellow citizens, and when you guys have people up here, you should ask why. Not like it is a binary thing, supporting Trump or not supporting Trump,” Dimon said.

“I don’t think they’re voting for Trump because of his family values. Just take a step back, and be honest. He was kind of right about NATO. He was kind of right about immigration. He grew the economy quite well. Tax reform worked. He was right about China. I don’t like what he did… and how he said things about Mexico. But he wasn’t wrong about these critical issues,” Dimon added.

“That’s why they’re voting for him. People should be more respectful of our fellow citizens, and when you guys have people up here, you should ask why. Not like it is a binary thing, supporting Trump or not supporting Trump,” Dimon said.

“And the Democrats have done a pretty good job with the deplorables hugging onto their bibles and beer and guns. I mean, really? Can we just stop that stuff and grow up and treat other people with respect… I think this negative talk about MAGA is going to hurt President Biden’s election campaign,” he added.

Additionally, he expressed his desire for the nation to endure, whether through Trump’s reinstatement in the White House or Biden’s reelection.

“I will be adequately equipped to handle both situations, we will address both scenarios, and my company will not only survive but also prosper in both cases,” Dimon stated.

Others displayed a similar lack of care.

“I think elections are, you know, huge deals. I believe that America is gonna be fine,” OpenAI CEO Sam Altman told Bloomberg this week. “No matter what happens in this election.”

According to Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman, it is premature to prioritize the potential impact of Trump’s actions on the country at this point.

“Honestly, I think they need to see how the primaries shake out,” Friedman said.

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