Blog: Donald Trump is best for post-Brexit Britain and THIS is why, says MARTIN DAUBNEY – Express

A former White House adviser to President George W Bush says Trump can still win the Presidency – and, whoever wins, another insider fears the USA is “heading for civil war.” Speaking to Unlocked’s hosts, former Brexit Party MEPs Martin Daubney and Belinda de Lucy, Pippa Milgram, Former Economic Advisor to President George W. Bush exclusively told Express Facebook viewers: “This race is much tighter than the media thinks. And there is a chance that the President can swing this thing.”

Pointing to a huge mistrust of telephone polls, with many Trump voters outright lying about their voting intentions, Milgram added: “There’s a huge silent Trump vote contingent.

“I think it’s larger this time than it was last time.”

Mitch Feierstein, a portfolio manager & author of Planet Ponzi, added: “I think Trump will win.

“But I think the people will ultimately lose. And I think the media will ultimately lose as well.

“And I think the political system will take the biggest hit we’ve ever seen. I think there’s a possibility of a civil war.”

READ MORE: Britain backs Trump: New poll shows UK support for US President

While Professor Frank Furedi, political commentator, sociologist & author of Democracy Under Siege, backed Joe Biden to win, he slammed the Democrat’s position on Brexit.

“The one thing that I do know is that Biden doesn’t like Britain,” he said.

“People close to him continually portray Britain as a failed state, they continue to talk about the poisonous atmosphere within British society in the in the post Brexit environment.

“So certainly, if Biden gets elected, that that’s bad news for people who supported Brexit, because in their own in their eyes in Biden’s eyes, and in Kamala Harris’s eyes, Brexit is an insult as to everything they stand for.”

Watch the full episode of Trump Unlocked here

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