Biden Finds Unlikely Ally in Trump
President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump don’t often see eye-to-eye, but they are in agreement on at least one thing.
Trump has joined Biden in labelling Russia’s war in Ukraine a “genocide.”
The former president was talking with Fox News’ Sean Hannity when he said, “what’s happening in Ukraine, that’s a genocide.”
Trump expanded on his comments later in the interview, telling Hannity, “This is a genocide that’s taking place.”
“We have the strongest, most capable nuclear anywhere in the world because of what I did,” Trump said, adding that “people shouldn’t be pushing us around.”
“I think in 100 years people are going to look back and they are going to say, ‘How did we stand back and NATO stand back?’” Trump said.
Trump joins Biden in calling Russia’s war on Ukraine ‘genocide’
One comment on “Biden Finds Unlikely Ally in Trump”
Finally, something both men can agree n something.
I wish Trump would have expanded on “what I did”. That would have been very helpful.
“We have the strongest, most capable nuclear anywhere in the world because of what I did,” Trump said>
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