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Old 07-10-2016, 04:12 AM
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Default The Frenchie absolutely NAILS it: says Trump vs. Clinton is "Brexit II"--no excrement, Sherlock!

Hollande Says U.S. Election Risks Becoming Brexit Vote II

"The arguments in the Brexit vote and in the American presidential campaign are about the same"

Helene Fouquet | Bloomberg - July 10, 2016 18 Comments

Link: http://www.infowars.com/hollande-say...rexit-vote-ii/

French President Francois Hollande, who last month endorsed Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential race, said the November ballot threatens to play out along similar lines to the U.K.’s European Union referendum.

Just as U.K. voters rejected calls from political leaders and institutions to stay in the EU, a similarly anti-establishment sentiment may be brewing in the U.S., potentially damaging relations with Europe, Hollande said.

“The arguments in the Brexit vote and in the American presidential campaign are about the same,” Hollande told reporters Saturday at a NATO summit in Warsaw. “In a friendly way, may I also give some advice to the American people to make the right choice when the moment comes.” He didn’t mention either of the presumptive candidates by name.

Hollande backed Clinton in a June 30 interview with Les Echos newspaper, saying that the rhetoric of her main opponent, Donald Trump, puts him on the same level as Europe’s extreme right. Trump has said the U.S. is paying too much to sustain NATO, raising the prospect of less involvement from Washington at a time when the alliance is bolstering its defenses to counter security threats in Europe’s south and east.

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