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Left wing usurper Nicolas Sarkozy is terrified the American people might have a leader who doesn't want to destroy his own country out of Western guilt.
Donald Trump is "scary" and his popularity in the United States is worrying, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Wednesday.He "shudders" thinking of Trump, but his own country becoming a terrorist hellhole doesn't make him bat an eye.