Soros Vows to Focus on Defeating Trump in 2024, Warns ‘MAGA-Style Victory’ Will ‘Undermine’ Globalism

George Soros’ emperor son Alex has vowed to focus vast resources on efforts to defeat President Donald Trump in the 2024 election.

Alex Soros, who now rules over his father’s multi-billion dollar empire, made the declaration in an op-ed for Politico.

In the article, the younger leftist billionaire laid out plans for the Soros-founded Open Society Foundations (OSF) to accomplish the goals of his family’s mission.

A key part of the Soros’ mission is preventing Trump from serving another term in the White House.

According to Alex Soros, a “MAGA-style Republican victory” in the presidential election will “undermine” the globalist agenda around the world.

He argues that the next Trump administration derail the “progress” that globalist leaders have made in advancing the war in Ukraine.

“I believe a MAGA-style Republican victory in next year’s U.S. presidential election could, in the end, be worse for the EU than for the U.S. Such an outcome will imperil European unity and undermine the progress achieved on many fronts in response to the war in Ukraine,” Soros said.

Trump has been outspoken in his opposition to Democrat President Joe Biden’s role in perpetuating the endless war in Ukraine.

Since Russia invaded their neighboring nation in February 2022, Ukraine has received billions in cash, aid, and weapons from American taxpayers.

During his first term, Trump worked with both Vladimir Putin and Ukraine’s President Zelensky.

In a recent interview, Trump declared that he would overrule the uniparty war machine and bring a swift end to the conflict in Ukraine as soon as he’s sworn back into office.

“I know Zelensky very well, and I know Putin very well, even better,” Trump told Fox’s Maria Bartiromo in July.

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“And I had a good relationship, very good, with both of them.”

“I would tell Zelensky, ‘no more, you got to make a deal.’

“I would tell Putin, ‘if you don’t make a deal, we’re gonna give them a lot. We’re gonna give more than they ever got if we have to,’” he said.

“I will have the deal done in one day, one day.”



“We are adapting OSF to be able to respond to whatever scenarios might emerge, on both sides of the Atlantic,” Soros said.

He also responded to rumors that the Soros family and OSF are “leaving Europe.”

Soros claims these reports are misleading.

He claims that Soros-funded organizations “Are shifting our priorities in Europe accordingly.

“Yes, this means we will be exiting some areas of work as we focus on today’s challenges, as well as those we will face tomorrow.

“And yes, we will also be reducing our headcount significantly, seeking to ensure more money goes out to where it’s most needed.”

“But this isn’t any kind of retreat,” he added.

Soros continued by explaining that the priorities of the OSF are shifting.

He emphasized the role that the Soros’ money is playing in Ukraine.

“To begin with, there should be absolutely no doubt that we will continue to support our foundation in Ukraine,” he said.

“We are proud that the network of civil society groups it has assisted, with over $250 million since 2014, has played such an important role in Kyiv’s resilience in the face of Russia’s horrific war of aggression.”

He also warned that the European Union must “avoid creating a geopolitical vacuum.”

Soros continued by taking aim at Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s closure of the Central European University in Budapest.

The college, which was founded by George Soros, was shuttered by Orbán in 2018.

Orbán shut it down for pushing radical leftist propaganda that undermined his administration’s agenda.

The Atlantic reported:

Soros had conceived the school during the dying days of communism to train a generation of technocrats who would write new constitutions, privatize state enterprises, and lead the post-Soviet world into a cosmopolitan future.

The university, he declared, would ‘become a prototype of an open society.’

Orbán has long been seen as an ally of Trump’s concerning foreign policy matters.

Trump also endorsed Orbán when he sought reelection last year.

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