In an interview with journalist Sean Hennety, the ex-president said he would take such a step “in the worst case.” As a result, the media had to cut at least 30 seconds of his speech.
Former President of the United States of America Donald Trump said he would allow the Russian Federation to occupy part of Ukraine in order to avoid a full-scale war. This is stated in his new interview with Fox News host Sean Hennity.
During a conversation with a journalist, Donald Trump rebuked current President Joe Biden for his policies and immediately noted that under his rule, the Russian Federation would not be able to capture anything. He would agree with the Kremlin, even if Ukraine had to give part of the territories under the control of Vladimir Putin.
“I could negotiate. In the worst case, I could arrange for them (Russia – ed.) to seize something. You know that (in Ukraine – ed.) there are certain areas that are Russian-speaking, frankly, but it would be possible to agree,” the 45th President of the United States expressed his position.
The Daily Beast noted that during the screening of excerpts from an interview with the former US president, phrases were cut out with his proposal to give the Russian Federation the opportunity to seize part of Ukraine.
Donald Trump speaks about holding peace talks: “I could do that,” after which the audio continues with the politician’s bewilderment that “China no longer respects the United States.” The excerpt omits at least 30 seconds of a conversation with host Sean Hennity.
Donald Trump’s position on the war in Ukraine
Donald Trump during the full-scale war of Russia against Ukraine has repeatedly stated that if he were the President of the United States, the war would not have happened. Speaking at the end of February to his supporters in Florida, he once again loudly stated that this confrontation can be ended in just a day with two phone calls, and if he is re-elected to the post of head of state, he will do it right away.
“Literally on the same night, as it becomes known about my victory, I will call Putin and Zelensky. I will tell them that they need to meet and I guarantee that I can resolve this issue,” said the ex-president of the United States.
The next U.S. presidential election begins in November 2024 and Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that he is going to nominate himself.
On January 26, on his page on the Truth Social social network, he criticized the transfer of Abrams tanks to Ukraine. In his opinion, it is from this that a more brutal confrontation with nuclear bombs can begin.
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