Pippa Malmgren: Inside China, Russia’s Plan to Beat U.S. Dollar and Bleed America Dry (Part 1/2)

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The goal that China and Russia have is to bleed money from the U.S. coffers, says Pippa Malmgren, former presidential advisor, economist, and tech entrepreneur. In an exclusive interview with Daniela Cambone, Malmgren elucidates that by compelling the U.S. to deploy military resources, these nations are effectively depleting U.S. financial resources, exacerbating an already considerable budget deficit. She also sheds light on the unprecedented level of distrust gripping both political parties towards the electoral system. “The Democrats are increasingly worried that Kennedy is a setup.. and Trump supporters are afraid of ballot box stuffing,” Malmgren asserts. “This breakdown of faith and confidence in the system itself is historic.” While navigating the complex environment, Malmgren asserts that cyber attacks are occurring in various forms, citing the Baltimore bridge ship collision as an example. “It’s interfering with computers… and a ship is a computer.” Additionally, she emphasizes the need for a more open-minded approach to foreign policy. Don’t miss out on exclusive insights in this first part of the interview—tune in now!

00:00 Political Jiu-Jitsu
5:04 National debt deficit
07:37 China’s
9:03 Cyber attacks
15:19 US dollar
20:41 Leadership in foreign policy
24:26 Bitcoin
27:15 RFK Jr. no spoiler
30:33 U.S. election
38:51 RFK Jr’s appeal to the youth
46:01 CBDCs

Philippa “Pippa” Malmgren is an American technology entrepreneur and economist. She served as Special Assistant to the President of the United States, George W. Bush, for Economic Policy on the National Economic Council and is a former member of the U.S. President’s Working Group on Financial Markets and The President’s Working Group on Corporate Governance. She obtained her PhD from the London School of Economics in 1991 and was the Commencement Speaker at LSE in 2013 and 2016.

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