President Donald Trump issued a stark warning to the U.S.’s biggest adversaries, Russia, China, and Iran, accusing them of “dividing up the World.”
In a Truth Social post on Sunday, Trump wrote that China, Russia, Iran and North Korea would “respect” the U.S.
In an earlier message, Trump posted a clip of China’s President Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin discussing a world-changing geopolitical power shift during talks at the Kremlin, citing it as a “low point” for the United States.
“China, Russia, and Iran, not to mention North Korea and other countries, have placed the U.S. in a very bad and dangerous position,” Trump began in his warning to the countries.
“They are dividing up the World as we sit around and let them do it. They no longer respect the U.S., BUT THEY WILL!!!” Trump added.
Presidents Xi and Putin were seen shaking hands while discussing their alliance against the U.S.
“Right now, there are changes, the likes of which we haven’t seen for 100 years. And we are the ones driving these changes together,” Xi told Putin via an interpreter. Putin responded: “I agree.”
Trump responded to Xi’s statement in a Truth Social post, writing, “President Xi’s statement to President Putin, caught on hot mic, was maybe a low point, in history, for the USA.”
Countries that do not “respect” the U.S. have become more so since Joe Biden took office.
As Trump has repeatedly noted, Russia would not have invaded Ukraine if he were still president, citing his positive relationship with Putin.
The news comes just over a week after Russia, China, and Iran partnered to perform military drills in the Middle East.
As The Daily Fetched reported:
The three U.S. adversaries are preparing to team their offensives n a series of exercises dubbed “Security Bond-2023.”
The initiative will run through March 19, demonstrating their naval capacity in a coordinated effort against their enemies.
China’s Defense Ministry said the exercises would “help deepen practical cooperation between the participating countries’ navies … and inject positive energy into regional peace and stability,” The Guardian reported.
However, the White House has not expressed any concerns that Russia, China, and Iran might use military drills to escalate conflicts with the United States.
U.S. National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby said the U.S. would continue monitoring the situation.
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