Israeli billionaire Saban: I hope the comedy of Trump won't become a tragedy

November 8, 2016 21:05


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Israeli billionaire Haim Saban, one of the leading donors to the presidential campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, slammed her opponent Donald Trump as "a damaged human being" on Tuesday.

Speaking in an interview with Channel 2 news, Saban said that he prays "the comedy that is Donald Trump won't become a tragedy."

Saban said that he met with Hillary and her husband, former president Bill Clinton ,in recent days, and that he was "optimistic" in regard to Clinton's prospects in Tuesday's election.

Discussing his monetary support for Clinton, Saban said that he had "more or less" given her a blank check.

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