Trump again said that he could 'end the war in Ukraine in one day': what he would say to Putin and Zelensky
The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, continues to insist that he could allegedly end the Russian war against Ukraine "within 24 hours" if he were back in charge of the White House. They say that all Trump needs to do is to call the leaders of Ukraine and Russia Volodymyr Zelensky and Vladimir Putin and force a peace deal.
The corresponding statements were heard in the program Sunday Morning Futures on the TV channel Fox News. The Republican politician, who was a guest on the program, claims that he had good relations with both the president of Ukraine and the president of Russia.
A likely participant in future US presidential elections did not miss the opportunity to criticize his opponent, the current head of America Joe Biden.
Trump said Biden allegedly "has no idea what's going on" and is incapable of dealing with world leaders.
"These are smart people, including Macron of France. I could list the whole list of people, including Putin... These people are sharp, tough and generally evil. They are vicious, and they are at the top of their game," Biden's predecessor said.
The program's host asked: "You said you could end the war in Ukraine in 24 hours. How would you do that?".
"I know Zelensky very well, and I know Putin very well - even better. And I had good relations, very good relations with both of them. I would say to Zelensky, 'Enough is enough. You have to make a deal. " I would say to Putin, "If you don't make a deal, we will give [Ukraine] a lot. We'll give more than they've ever gotten if we have to,'" Trump responded."
He continued with confidence: "I'll make a deal in one day. One day!".
As OBOZREVATEL wrote:
- Earlier Zelensky commented on Trump's statements about his "readiness" to stop Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 24 hours. Zelensky noted that Trump during his presidency already had this 24 hours, "but he apparently had some other priorities."
- Trump said before that he would have achieved peace in Ukraine by giving Russia the occupied territories.