Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Donald Trump 'among top 10 risks facing the world' says Economist Intelligence Unit

US Republican hopeful, Donald Trump becoming US president is considered one of the top 10 risks facing the world. According to Evening Standard, the Economist Intelligence Unit has warned that the Republican frontrunner could disrupt the global economy and spark security risks.

He is rated as riskier than a military clash in the South China Sea or Britain leaving Europe.

In the video above, protesters blocked a highway leading to a Donald Trump rally.

Meanwhile President Obama has endosed Mrs Clinton as a front-runner describing her' campaign more prose than poetry'.

"I think Hillary came in with both the privilege and the burden of being perceived as the front-runner.
  Her strenghts, which are the fact that she's extraordinarily experienced and wicked smart, and knows every policy inside and out, sometimes could make her more cautious and her campaign more prose than poetry"

 Jeb Bush has endorsed Mr. Cruz while condeming the 'divisiveness and vulgarity' brought to US politics by Trump following social media insults to the wives of the two main rivals.

The endorsement of Mr. Cruz is the latest sign that top Republicans are now uniting behind him to avoid defeat to the democratic party.

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