In the event that the ongoing conflict involving Russia and Ukraine is not resolved expeditiously with the signing of a peace agreement, Trump has cautioned that WWIII might break out. During a ‘Save America’ event that took place on Saturday in Minden, Nevada, he made the comments in the context of criticizing the foreign policy of President Joe Biden.
The President of the United States said that “And now we have a conflict between Ukraine and Russia with perhaps tens of thousands of people dying.”
“We must mandate the prompt negotiation of a peaceable end to the war in Ukraine; otherwise, we will end up in World War III, and there will be no trace left of our planet,” he stated, lambasting the “stupid people” in the Biden administration. “We must demand the immediate mediation of a peaceable end to the war in Ukraine; otherwise, we will eventually wind up in World War III and there will be no trace left of our planet.”
Many times, President Trump has said that the war in Ukraine would not have arisen if he had been victorious in the 2020 election.
Last month, while declaring a partial mobilization of reservists, the Russian President tried to accuse the West of putting the world at risk of a nuclear disaster by “encouraging” Ukrainian ground forces to shell this same Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant. This accusation came shortly after Putin announced the partial mobilization of reservists.
In addition, he said that those who support Kiev are engaging in “nuclear blackmail” against Russia since they have made remarks on “the potential and acceptability” of using mass destruction weapons on Russia. Putin also said that the nation will defend itself using any and all methods available to it.
Some Western diplomats have taken what Putin said in his address to be a threat to deploy nuclear weapons in a tactical setting. However, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency William Burns said on Sunday that there is “no actual proof” that Russia is going to carry out nuclear attacks.
Despite this, Biden said on Thursday in front of a gathering of supporters that the United States has not been confronted with “the specter of Armageddon” since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.
Already on Thursday, Zelensky, who has thrown out the possibility of talks with Putin, advocated for “preemptive attacks” to discourage Russia from making use of nuclear weapons. After some time, his staff said that the president’s statements had been distorted.
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