Ukraine-Russia conflict. “Shame” that Russia “judges” Ukraine; ” se…
Miami. Former president of the United States Donald Trump He called the “atrocities” and “shame” that Russia is “wiping out” the Ukrainians and noted that in order for “the world to be at peace, a strong America is needed” and not “weak” like the current America.
Trump spoke like this at the conclusion of the penultimate day of Conservative Political Action Conference (Kpak), Which takes place in Orlando (Central Florida) from Thursday, February 24.
In a speech with text copied from his campaign rallies, the former president stressed that “losing is not an option” for Republicans in the 2022 or 2024 midterm elections and that they not only “have a duty to win” but to ensure that the electoral process is not “rigged.”
Throughout almost an hour and a half of the speech, Trump spoke of the “great work”, in his words, he did as president (2017-2021) and the” chaos “and” disaster ” caused by the Democrat Joe BidenHe made promises when he returned to power, although without explicitly saying he would seek to be a candidate in 2024.
He said Biden had done more” damage “in just 13 months in the White House than” the worst five U.S. presidents combined.”
Praise for the “brave”Ukrainians
Speaking of Ukraine again insisted that if he was now in The White House, Which, he said, was prevented by a” rigged ” election in 2020, the Russian President, Vladimir PutinHe would not have made the “cruel” decision to invade that country.
He praised the “brave” Ukrainians defending their country from “aggression against humanity”, also called the Russian action, and boasted that he was the toughest US president against Russia, despite the” hoaxes” (Fake news) Which, he said, was poured by” dishonest ” means about his alleged weakness for Putin.
As he said, with George W Bush In the presidency, Russia invaded Georgia; with Barack ObamaThe Crimea Joe Biden, Ukraine.
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