Dalai Lama has alleged the United States President Donald Trump of having a “lack of moral principle” during a Television interview, in which the Tibetan spiritual guru also voiced resumed concerns regarding President Trump’s “America First” policies.
While speaking to source, Dalai Lama has described President Trump’s emotion as a “little bit too complicated.”
The 83-year-old Budhist monk, who is popular for his advocacy of peaceful co-existence, non-violence, and human rights said that “one day he says something, another day he says something, but I think lack of moral principle.”
He also renewed his objections to the US President’s use of the term “America First” policies to describe his global policies.
“When he became president, he expressed, ‘America First’ That is wrong,” Dalai Lama added that “America, they should take the global responsibility.”
Dalai Lama is the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, has expressed similar concerns during a conference in 2017.
He further offered a less-than-flattering impression of President Trump while he was a Republican Presidential Candidate in 2016 Election, mocked at his mouth and hair. After the election, Dalai Lama said that he had “no worries” about his presidency.
In recent years, President Trump had also little to say about Dalai Lama, though quoted his over his Twitter posts on several occasions ahead of running for office.
In 2012, President Donald Trump has shared this with his followers: “I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest.”