“The five worst presidents” in American history together could not have done more damage than Biden did in just 15 months, former leader insists
Former US President Donald Trump has suggested that Joe Biden have nothing to do with Ukraine, referring to the current US president’s son’s controversial transactions in the former Soviet state.
Trump spoke on Saturday ahead of a major Republican rally in Commerce, Georgia and insisted “The invasion of Ukraine should never have happened,” while also Biden, whom he criticized as a “dream son of ab ****” because you can not avoid it.
“We have a president who has no idea what the hell he is doing and has no idea where he is. Fake news, they are trying to say he is acting brilliantly. “ he said. But according to Trump, this is not the case at all, because currently “Ukraine is being bombed to shit!”
“Joe Biden must refrain from anything to do with Ukraine because of the amount of money they receive from Ukraine. They made a fortune. he said, referring to what he believes are alleged corrupt activities between the president’s son, Hunter Biden, and a Ukrainian gas company.
The young Biden joined the board of Burisma Holdings, one of Ukraine’s largest private natural gas producers, in 2014, shortly after the Maidan protests in Kiev finally installed a pro-Western government in the country. The violent coup was backed by the administration of former President Barack Obama, in which Biden served senior as vice president.
During the 2020 election campaign, Trump claimed that Biden used his influence and position in government to get his son his job, with a reported salary of $ 83,000 a month, and then put pressure on then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. to dismiss a prosecutor, who investigated alleged rapes in Burisma.
Elder Biden confirmed that he had threatened to withhold a loan from Kiev to fire a prosecutor, but insisted that this was done to get rid of a corrupt official, in accordance with two-party US policy . His campaign denied all other claims.
Trump’s own efforts to persuade Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to launch a publicly announced new investigation into the Biden family’s dealings with Burisma have led to charges of “abuse of power” and “obstruction of Congress” against him, which eventually led to a deposition trial.
“Ukraine would never have happened” if he was still the president of the United States, Trump reassured his crowd.
He mentioned Biden several times during the speech, saying the Democrat’s time in the White House was “one train wreck after another.”
“The Five Worst Presidents in the History of the United States” together “He would not have done the damage that Joe Biden did in just 15 months,” insisted the 75-year-old man. “In just over a year, he has succeeded in killing the American dream, literally killing it.”
“But do not lose hope, because with the right leadership, America will return, bigger, stronger and more powerful than ever.” Trump has promised to stop announcing another run for the post in 2024.
Unlike Biden, Russian President Vladimir Putin was “smart” for using the military build-up near the Ukrainian border to pressure Washington during security guarantees negotiations, he said. However, he described the Russian attack on his neighbor as a “big mistake.”
“It is a good way to negotiate, to put 200,000 soldiers on the border. It was a big mistake, but it seemed like a big deal. It did not work out very well for him. “ said the 45th President of the United States.
Trump also warned of the threat of a nuclear conflict due to tensions between Russia and the West over the Moscow operation.
Russia has placed its nuclear weapons on high alert after launching its military operation in the neighboring country at the end of February, referring to what it described as “aggressive statements” by NATO and the harsh financial sanctions imposed by the West.
“We called the President of Russia the N-word … the key word,” dijo Trump.“The word nuclear is a very dangerous word and it is thrown around in a very arrogant way.”
Russia sent its troops to Ukraine a month ago, following a seven-year battle over Kiev’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk Accords and Russia’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Luhansk. Protocols negotiated by Germany and France are designed to regulate the status of those regions within the Ukrainian state.
Russia has now demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked and denied allegations that it planned to take back the two republics by force.