Former President Donald Trump declared he would end the war in Ukraine within 24 hours when reelected in 2024.
In an interview with Nigel Farage for GB News, Trump discussed a number of other issues, including Joe Biden’s snub of the coronation of King Charles III.
Trump described the war in Ukraine as a “disaster,” adding that he believes the death toll is much higher than what’s being reported.
“You don’t knock down a whole city and say two people got hurt,” Trump told Farage.
“Thousands of people are being killed” in bombed Ukrainian cities. “That war has to stop,” Trump said.
Trump then declared that he would find it “easy” to end the conflict if elected president.
“I will end that war in one day, It will take 24 hours,” Trump said of the Ukraine conflict.
“I know Zelensky well, I know Putin well, I would get that ended in a period of one day.”
“You can break that deal?” Farage asked him in response.
“One hundred percent,” Trump replied.
“It would be easy. That deal would be easy.”
Even Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, echoed Trump’s remarks saying Trump must return to the presidency to end the war in Ukraine.
Trump’s remarks echoed what he said last month, declaring he was the “only candidate” who could “prevent World War Three” from happening if elected president in 2024.
“After years of economic surrender from past leaders, I stood up to China like no administration has ever done before — bringing hundreds of billions of dollars pouring into our treasury from China when no other president had gotten even 10 cents from them,” Trump said.
Trump also noted how he “fully rebuilt the U.S. military and was the only president in decades who didn’t start a war,” something Joe Biden is now destroying.
“Joe Biden’s record is the exact opposite — soaring inflation, failing banks, open borders, rampant crime, deadly drugs, blatant corruption, Marxist lunacy, total humiliation in Afghanistan, and now, the unthinkable threat of nuclear war,” Trump continued.
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