Despite Donald Trump clearly winning the presidency as an anti-establishment “alt-right” figure, Bilderberg elitist kingpin Henry Kissinger has declared that Trump “has no obligation” to any group and has intimated that he sees an opportunity to mold the new president.
Kissinger, who met with Trump last week to discuss foreign policy, described Trump as the “most unique” president-elect in his lifetime.
“This president-elect, it’s the most unique that I have experienced in one respect. He has absolutely no baggage,” Kissinger told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.
“He has no obligation to any particular group because he has become president on the basis of his own strategy.” Kissinger added.
The former Secretary of State, and rabid elitist, conveniently avoided the fact that Trump won because of the tireless support of those who directly oppose everything Kissinger represents – the anti-establishment.
Nevertheless, Kissinger said that he sees ‘opportunity’ in Trump.
“One should not insist on nailing him into positions that he had taken in the campaign, of which he doesn’t insist,” Kissinger said.
“If he insists on them, then of course then disagreements will become expressed.” the power-broker added.
“I think we should give him an opportunity to develop the positive objectives that he may have and to discuss those,” Kissinger said.
“And we’ve gone through too many decades of tearing incumbent administrations apart. And it may happen again, but it shouldn’t begin that way.” he stated.
Kissinger and Trump met before during Trump’s campaign. The details of the meeting were not made public. However, it is believed the two discussed foreign policy and international relations.