Billionaire Democrat Voter Chamath Palihapitiya Admits He Was Wrong About Trump – TDS Did More Damage Than Trump Himself [Video]

by J Pelkey
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Billionaire investor and long-time Democrat voter Chamath Palihapitiya has publicly acknowledged his change of heart regarding President Trump.

Not only did Palihapitiya express a newfound admiration for what Trump achieved during his time in office, but he also went on to state that “Trump Derangement Syndrome did more damage than Trump ever did,” emphasizing that he was “fed all these lies for years.”

“As a Democrat, who has been left homeless, who is now definitely in the center, but probably leaning increasingly right, I’m left yet again with an appreciation, despite the messenger of the message, of the Trump administration, because what those guys did, was pretty incredible,” Palihapitiya said on his podcast All-in-Podcast.

He continued, “These Abraham Accords, the accords with Israel and the GCC, the almost accord between Israel and Saudi, to really be able to like find a long-lasting peace is just a real example for the world. And those guys did a lot of really great work.”

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The Abraham Accords, introduced by President Trump, comprise a set of bilateral agreements that brought about the normalization of diplomatic relations between Israel and several nations, including the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan. These groundbreaking agreements were formally signed on September 15, 2020, with the participation of leaders from various Middle Eastern countries.

Palihapitiya proceeded to raise questions about the damage caused by “Trump Derangement Syndrome” (TDS).

“This is a moment when you have to start to re-underwrite, is one’s ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ causing more damage than anything President Trump could have done? And I think the answer is yes,” admitted Palihapitiya, recognizing his past criticisms as misguided.

“Because it is now causing us to not see that good work, and then embrace and extend it. So much of the work that happened in that administration turned out to have been right, and that is what is so frustrating for me,” he continued.

The Sri Lankan-born Canadian and American investor expressed his regret for disregarding valuable work solely based on who was delivering the message.


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