European Council President Says Trump Is ‘Existential Threat’ to Europe

After Trump’s magnificent win in the November election European Union President Donald Tusk lectured the president-elect on the value of immigration.

Germany, a country of 80 million, received over one million migrants and unvetted “refugees” in 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel expected another million migrants in 2016. Germany will spend $93.6 billion on migrants flooding the country.

Today the European Council President said President Trump was a threat to Europe.


Arutz Sheva reported:

European Council President Donald Tusk called US President Donald Trump an ‘existential threat’ to Europe Tuesday.

Tusk wrote an open letter to the leaders of 27 Council member states, in which he listed the US President as a “threat” to the European Union alongside China, Russia, radical Islam, war, and terrorism.

Tusk cited “worrying declarations by the new American administration” as the basis for his including President Trump with other threats to the EU. He said that the threats “make our future highly unpredictable.”

“Particularly the change in Washington puts the European Union in a difficult situation; with the new administration seeming to put into question the last 70 years of American foreign policy,” Tusk said.

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