The former US president has compared the Russian invasion of Ukraine to the settlement on the southern border of the United States. This “invasion” must have been more important than being “thousands of miles” away from his successor.
Former US President Donald Trump has compared his successor, Joe Biden, to the situation on the US border in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. “The Biden administration has been thinking for months about how to stop an invasion of a foreign land thousands of miles away,” Trump told a conservative CPAC conference in Florida, Orlando, on Saturday night (local time). “I believe Americans deserve a president who will stop the invasion of our country.”
Trump mentioned moving to the southern border of the United States – he promised to build a wall there during his tenure. Democrats say Ukraine’s borders are sacred, Trump said. At the same time, they will destroy American borders and sacrifice American sovereignty. “We have a border with a catastrophe. People who are not good for our country are coming into our country.”
Attack on Ukraine “cruel”
Trump stressed when the Russian attack on Ukraine appeared in Orlando that it was “terrible”, “corruption and atrocities”. The former president reiterated that no invasion had taken place under his administration and showed no austerity in self-praise. At the time Russia respected the United States, President Biden was seen as weak. During his tenure, Trump has been repeatedly criticized by critics for speaking softly about Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It “plays on the pitch like the drums,” Trump said. On the other hand, he got along well with Putin. “You can be very difficult and still cope.” Putin understood that he was not playing, the former president continued. “The problem is not that Putin is smart, of course he’s smart. The real problem is that our leaders are stupid. Stupid. Very stupid.”
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