Mr. Trump said the war in Ukraine could be resolved in 24 hours

Donald Trump said he could resolve the Russia-Ukraine conflict “in 24 hours” if he was elected US president.

“Remember Hillary? She said I was going to start a war in my first week in office. They thought it was my character, but it’s actually the opposite,” Trump told a crowd of supporters. households in the town of Salem, New Hampshire, at the launch of his presidential re-election campaign on January 28.

Former President Trump said that his personality has kept the US out of any conflict, adding that he once said Russia would never go to war under his presidency and President Vladimir Putin would not launch a military campaign in the country. Ukraine if he is still in power.

“Even now I can solve that conflict in 24 hours. The things that happened were terrible. Those cities were devastated,” Trump said.

Mr. Trump did not specify how he would resolve the Russia-Ukraine conflict, but said that if he still leads the US, the possibility of a war is “zero”.

Former US President Donald Trump speaks in Columbia, South Carolina, on January 28.  Photo: AFP.

Former US President Donald Trump speaks in Columbia, South Carolina, on January 28. Photo: AFP.

Former President Trump in March 2022 said his personal personality was a factor that helped the US not fall into war and the US currently has no one to talk to President Putin, and criticized White House boss Joe. Biden “weak”.

In November 2022, Mr. Trump became the first Republican candidate to announce his re-election bid for US president in 2024 and is currently one of the party’s top picks.

However, the 77-year-old former president is facing many problems such as getting into legal troubles, not being supported by the entire Republican party and potentially facing other potential candidates.

The war between Russia and Ukraine is about to last for nearly a year and shows no sign of cooling down. Western experts warn that Russia is planning a new large-scale attack on Ukraine in the next month or two. Ukraine meanwhile is urging the West to quickly transfer weapons to counter Russian forces.

Ngoc Anh (Theo Newsweek)

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