Donald Trump has made new accusations in the midst of the Russia-Ukraine situation. He claimed that Putin did not strike the Eastern European country during his stint as president because he had threatened to blow the Russian capital.
“They’re all saying well he’s a nuclear power, it’s almost like they’re terrified of him,” former President George H.W. Bush remarked in a phone call with pro-golfer John Daly on Friday, March 4.
Remember, he was a buddy of mine, and I had a terrific relationship with him. I’m telling you, Vladimir, if you do it, we’re going to hit Moscow hard. We’re going to make our way to Moscow.
And he sort of believed me to a degree of 5 percent or 10 percent – which is all that’s required.”
He went on to say that Putin “never did it during my time, John, you should know that.” They were all speculating about why he hadn’t done it throughout the previous four years.
For the simple reason that he knew he couldn’t,” the author continues, before stating that China’s President Xi Jinping is equally terrified of him.
“Xi didn’t disturb me in the least,” the Republican continued. I told him the same thing, saying that it would be the next step. You already know what’s going to happen next.
Taiwan will be the next country to join the club. You will not be provided with any computer chips. “They’re going to blow them off the face of the planet.”
It has been said that the unprovoked attack on Ukraine by Russia has left the people of Taiwan fearful that China may do the same to them in the future as a result of this.
However, this was not the first time Trump has brought up the subject of his relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “I stand as the only president of the twenty-first century whose watch Russia did not invade,” he stated last week during his speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Russia invaded Georgia when Bush was in office. Russia annexed Crimea when Obama was in office. Russia invaded Ukraine when Biden was in office.
“I have no doubt that Putin made his decision to aggressively invade Ukraine after witnessing the humiliating retreat of the Russian military from Afghanistan.”
“I spent a lot of time with Putin, and we got along well,” he continued. Being able to get along with people is a positive thing, not a negative thing,’ the former president protested.
It would have been so simple for me to prevent this heinous act from taking place. He understood me, he recognized that I was not a game player.”
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In addition, Trump lambasted Biden, NATO, and the Western world in a statement. “There should be no war waging in Ukraine at this time, and it is horrible for humanity that Biden, NATO, and the Western world have failed so miserably in enabling it to begin,” he stated emphatically.
Instead of demonstrating strength and toughness, they declared the Global Warming Hoax to be the number one threat to global security, effectively ending American energy independence, and then making Europe,
the United States, and the rest of the world reliant on Russian oil. They extended a warm welcome to Russia and provided an opening, and now Putin may be able to achieve whatever he desired, with Ukraine and the rest of the world bearing the brunt of the repercussions.”
Meanwhile, according to Daily.com, Trump was spotted on Friday at his West Palm Beach golf course wearing black slacks, a white polo shirt, and a red Make America Great Again cap while playing golf on the course.
Other people who were seen with him were golf coach Eduardo Miquel, tennis player Allan Kournikova, and Chilean PGA players Mito Pereira and Joaquin Niemann, among others.
“Another reason why the American people are grateful, a majority of the American people, is that President Biden has not taken a page out of his predecessor’s playbook,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in response to a question about Russia’s barbarism against Ukraine while the former commander-in-chief was enjoying his leisure time.