Sun Nov 20, 2016 1:2AM
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tosses a piece of paper with recent polling statistics as he speaks at a town hall event on October 6, 2016 in Sandown, New Hampshire. / AFP / Mary Schwalm
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tosses a piece of paper with recent polling statistics as he speaks at a town hall event on October 6, 2016 in Sandown, New Hampshire. / AFP / Mary Schwalm

US President-elect Donald Trump is still “a blank sheet of paper” with “conflicting” messages on different issues, an analyst says.

Political commentator and radio host Don DeBar made the remarks while commenting about anti-Trump remarks by British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

In a speech to Labour’s policy forum on Saturday, Corbyn denounced Trump and Nigel Farage, the interim leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), as “rich white men” who were engaged in “farcical” tactics to win over angry voters on both sides of the Atlantic.

"We can see the choice being taken by politicians on the hard right - to whip up division against migrants, Muslims, Mexicans, women… people with disabilities,” Corbyn (pictured below) stated.

DeBar suggested that it is not easy to predict what President Trump would be up to when he actually assumes office on January 20th.

“He doesn’t really stand for anything yet,” DeBar said, suggesting that is how presidential candidates are.

Last week, Farage met the US president-elect at his New York residence Trump Tower, spending two hours discussing “global politics, and the status of Brexit.”

Trump’s campaign had been hit with many controversies since its inception in early 2015. But he still managed to stun the world by defeating the heavily-favored Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, in the November 8 election.