One of the left’s biggest supporters appears to be turning on his own as New York billionaire George Soros said former President Barack Obama was his “greatest disappointment.”
Fox News reports during a wide-ranging interview out Tuesday, Soros, who was an early supporter of Obama’s 2008 presidential run, told The New York Times that Obama was “actually my greatest disappointment.”
Soros told the paper that Obama "closed the door" on him after he secured the presidency.
Soros also praised Arizona Sen. John McCain and said the main priority of his political activism was to promote bipartisanship.
Soros has contributed around $15 million to support Democrats in the midterm elections.