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Russia-Ukraine War: “This Is What I Would Have Done If I Was Still in Office”-Trump Explains

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Donald Trump, the former President of USA made the above statement during an appearance on Fox Business on Monday 21 March, that he would have put pressure on Vladimir Putin if he was still in office as the conflict Russia-Ukraine rages on.

According to Insider, the US former President said; “I listened to him constantly using the n-word, that’s the n-word, and he’s constantly using it: the nuclear word.”

“You should say, ‘Look, you mention that word one more time, we’re going to send them over and we’ll be coasting back and forth, up and down your coast.”

He continued: “You can’t let this tragedy continue. You can’t let these, these thousands of people die.”

Russia’s Invasion On Ukraine, Would This Lead to WW3?

Trump disclosed that Russia is a ‘nuclear power’ but added that the US is a ‘greater nuclear power’, stating that the US has ‘the greatest submarines in the world, the most powerful machines ever built’.

According to Trump, he is at odds with the US’s current approach of imposing sanctions, rather than direct military intervention in the war.

Today marks the 28th day of war in Ukraine. As Putin’s invasion of Ukraine continues, 3.5 million people said to have fled the country since the war began.

By: Michael Djan

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