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Trump likely to win election, but all US presidents ‘are all alike’ — Assad

According to Syrian President Bashar Assad, United State’s policy is unlikely to change

MOSCOW, March 3. /TASS/. Former US President Donald Trump is likely to win the presidential election in the United States in November, but the United State’s policy is unlikely to change, since "American presidents are all alike," Syrian President Bashar Assad said.

"The analysis of the mass media and other information indicates that Trump is likely to win. But I have always been saying that American presidents are all alike. As I said earlier, they are just executive directors," he said in an interview with the Soloviov Live television channel. "Even if any of them changes the policy, one should see who is a real policy-maker behind the back of the one who wins the election. This player is the lobby, media, financiers and bankers, weapons, and oil. This is who will win in any event."

The US will hold its 60th quadrennial presidential election on Tuesday, November 5, 2024. Biden officially launched his campaign to seek a second term in the White House on April 25, 2023. Trump announced his own comeback re-election bid in November 2022.

According to the latest poll conducted by Thee New York Times jointly with the Siena College, 48% of the respondents said they would vote for Trump while 43% said they would support Biden.