A few months ago I asked if it was splitsville for tech zillionaire Peter Thiel and chess champion Garry Kasparov, after seeing this quote from Kasparov in April:
Trump sells the myth of American success instead of the real thing. . . . It’s tempting to rally behind him-but we should resist. Because the New York values Trump represents are the very worst kind. . . . He may have business experience, but unless the United States plans on going bankrupt, it’s experience we don’t need.
and this news item from May:
Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and Palantir and a director at Facebook, is now a Trump delegate in San Francisco, according to a Monday filing.
Based on this recent interview, I suspect the bromance is fully over.
I guess we can forget about Kasparov and Thiel ever finishing that book.
P.S. Commenter Ajg at above-linked post gets credit for the title of this post.