Donald Tusk

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Donald Franciszek Tusk (22 April 1957 in Gdańsk) is a Polish politician and historian, he is a member of the Civic Platform, a Polish liberal party, he served as Prime Minister of Poland from November 16, 2007, until September 22, 2014, since 1 December 2014 he is the current President of the European Council in succession to Herman Van Rompuy.

Tusk is a globalist who has labeled nationalism a "fundamental threat" to the EU and criticized conservative U.S. President Donald Trump for not supporting globalist policies.[1] In December 2019, Tusk shared a photo of him making a gun gesture behind President Trump's back.[2]

References

  1. Friedman, Victoria (November 12, 2018). EU President: Trump Not ‘Tuned in’ to ‘Strong, United’ Europe, Claims Nationalism a ‘Fundamental Threat’. Breitbart News. Retrieved November 12, 2018.
  2. Montgomery, Jack (December 6, 2019). Ex-EU Chief Shares Photo of Himself Making Gun Gesture Behind Trump’s Back. Breitbart News. Retrieved December 6, 2019.