Peter Schiff, President Zelenskys attire is not appropriate
Novograz, Peter Schiff do not understand the situation in Ukraine
Europacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff, a Wall Street investor who accurately predicted the 2008 global financial crisis, has recently been embroiled in criticism.
On the 17th, Bloomberg reported that after CEO Peter Schiff pointed out the attire of Ukrainian President Voldomir Zelensky, criticism has been spreading on social media, and the remark that it is not understood that he did not have a suit even during a war is a problem. told
Earlier, on the 16th, Peter Schiff posted on his Twitter account that President Zelenskys T-shirt attire was not appropriate.
Peter Schiff said he knew the situation was very serious as the war between Russia and Ukraine escalated, but he didnt understand why the president couldnt afford a suit.
He added that U.S. lawmakers also attend Congress in comfortable clothes, but that they dont show up wearing t-shirts.
Also, to the question of whether the clothes are such an important issue, he said that he thought that the clothes were the basic manners a person showed.
Previously, Ukrainian President Zelensky appeared wearing a green T-shirt that he usually wears in a video address to U.S. House and Senators on the 16th.
Meanwhile, Bloomberg reported that criticism of Peter Schiffs remarks has been forming on social media since it went viral.
In fact, Mike Novogratz, a billionaire investor and CEO of Galaxy Digital, is really fed up with Peter Schiffs pomp. Ukrainians are risking their lives to fight for their country and freedom. You said you need to respect them.
If possible, I would like to have a one-on-one duel with you at the iron fence, and emphasized that all of my proceeds would be donated to a Ukrainian relief organization.
Also, Jeff Ross, former CEO of Allians Wealth Management, said, Is it that big of a problem for President Zelensky to wear a T-shirt? Then he didnt get caught on screen, but he joked how surprised he would have been if he wasnt wearing pants.