Americans thinking of moving to Canada if Donald Trump becomes U.S. President should perhaps think again. The other Republican candidates could be even scarier, a top asset manager told CNBC on Friday.
Paul Gambles, the managing director of MBMG Group, told CNBC that Trump had no foreign policy — and as such, posed less international danger than fellow Republican contenders Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz.
"I have been more appalled by Donald Trump than just about anybody, I think, but when I started to look at the consequences of him getting the Republican nomination, you know what, the others look even worse … The good thing about Donald Trump is, because he doesn't have a foreign policy, he is probably a lot less dangerous than either Rubio or Cruz put together," he said.
On his political website, Trump outlines proposed reforms for immigration and U.S.-China trade — both of which touch on foreign policy.