He campaigned with a chainsaw and wants less strict gun laws: “Argentine Trump” Javier Milei wins elections

The ultra-liberal, populist Javier Milei (53) will become the new president of Argentina from December 10. His opponent Sergio Massa, the current Minister of Economy, acknowledged his defeat in the second round of the elections on Sunday evening. Milei is, to say the least, a remarkable figure. “The Argentinian Trump” campaigned with a chainsaw, is against abortion, strives for more flexible gun laws and wants to abolish the Argentine Central Bank. “Today we choose to become a world power again,” the politician said during his victory speech.