Ex-World Bank chief thinks Trump is "dangerous"
Former World Bank chief Robert Zoellick said Tuesday, he will not vote for Trump, DW.
In an interview to German broadcaster, Zoellick said he thinks Trump is "a narcissistic, ego-driven person and that he would be dangerous."
He said: "I think Trump is dangerous on all fronts. I think a President Clinton will take a firmer policy towards Russia without necessarily being belligerent.
"But she has backed herself into a corner on trade issues which I don't think is good for Europe or the US or others. There are ways she can work around that and her early appointments like the US trade representative will be important in signaling that," Zoellick added.
When asked would Zoellick vote for Clinton, he said: " I have said I will not vote for Trump, but in the United States who you vote for is a secret ballot."
Robert Zoellick was president of the World Bank from 2007 to 2012. Before that he served in several Republican administrations, including as deputy secretary of state and US trade representative.