Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe has spoken on the election and policies of US President Donald Trump.
Speaking during an interview session to commemorate his 93rd birthday, Mugabe called on the world to await the unfolding of Trump’s policies.
Mugabe in his words said, “I was surprised by his election, but I didn’t like Madam Clinton to win either. You see, I knew she could slap sanctions on us as a legacy. Indeed (former US president Barrack) Obama did that just before he left. Why did he have to do it?… Why didn’t he leave it to the incoming incumbent to make his own decision? We are just now under sanctions imposed not by Donald Trump, but by Obama. What arrogance is that?
“But anyway, when it comes to Donald Trump, on the one hand talking of American nationalism, well America for Americans, Africa for Africans — on that we agree. Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans. “But he is radical. I don’t know whether the construction of the wall between America and Mexico is feasible; a feasible proposition. It appears quite nasty. I don’t know how the Mexicans will take it. I thought the Americans once loved Mexico.
“I don’t know. Give him time. He might come up with better policies,” the President added.