‘Trump’s election has led to a deep, deep sense of uncertainty’: World leaders and the global elite say The Donald casts a ‘long shadow’ over Davos summit

Sunday, January 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

Donald Trump’s election has ‘cast a long shadow’ over the Davos summit
World leaders are preparing to discuss the rise in ‘populist’ leaders and the state of global politics is worse
Founder Klaus Schwab said they are reaching out to populist politicians who have ridden a wave of discontent among the masses
‘Trump, his election has led to a deep, deep sense of uncertainty and that will cast a long shadow over Davos,’ said Jean-Marie Guehenno

DailyMail.com
15 January 2017

Donald Trump’s election has ‘cast a long shadow’ over the Davos International summit as world leaders prepare to discuss the rise in ‘populist’ leaders.

Critics often accuse the yearly World Economic Forum in the Swiss Alps of being a snow-covered playground for well-heeled business and political elites.

But founder Klaus Schwab said this year’s event, which opens Monday before a public start Tuesday, is reaching out to populist politicians who have ridden a wave of discontent among the masses.

‘It’s important to listen to the populists, and actually we have several sessions where we deal with these issues, and we have representatives of populist parties here with us,’ Schwab said in an interview Sunday with The Associated Press. ‘We have to take it (populism) seriously.’

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