Bad news for Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame. Stephen Bannon, who is the chief strategist for President-elect Donald Trump’s, calls Kagame an oligarch and a dictator.
This characterization of Kagame as an oligarch and a dictator is found in the documentary film, Clinton Cash, that traces the links between the Clintons and all kinds of questionable donors.
Produced by Trump‘s chief strategist, the documentary CLINTON CASH, is here…
What does this mean? Suddenly, Kagame is facing an entirely different situation in the U.S. He can no longer count on a powerful network of officials that he built since Bill Clinton presidency, George W Bush up to Barack Obama’s administration.
Instead Kagame is now facing Trump whose chief strategic adviser is Stephen Bannon, who, as noted, sees Kagame for what he really is – an oligarch and a dictator.
This is the time for Rwandan anti-dictatorship activists in the U.S. to stand up and totally isolate Kagame in America’s corridors of power who sustain him. Kagame is in a deep hole as far as the U.S. is concerned. The Rwandan activists in America should make sure that Kagame stays in the deep end.