Former President Trump in a brand new interview with Fox Information host Sean Hannity claimed he would “clear up” Russia’s yearlong battle in Ukraine in 24 hours if he’s reelected to the White Home, however didn’t provide particulars.
“If it’s not solved, I’ll have it solved in 24 hours with Zelensky and with Putin,” Trump advised Hannity, referring to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“And there’s an easy negotiation to happen. However I don’t need to let you know what it’s, as a result of then I can’t use that negotiation; it’ll by no means work. However it’s an easy negotiation to happen. I’ll have it solved inside at some point, a peace between them. Now that’s a 12 months and a half. That’s a very long time. I can’t think about one thing not taking place,” Trump added.
“The bottom line is the battle has to cease now as a result of Ukraine is being obliterated.”
Russia’s battle on Ukraine crossed its one-year mark final month, and Moscow has continued its assaults on Ukrainian infrastructure. The Worldwide Legal Courtroom has put out a warrant for Putin’s arrest in reference to alleged battle crimes, together with the compelled deportation of Ukrainian kids.
Putin stated over the weekend that Russia plans to station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus, a transfer condemned by the U.S. and NATO and called “nuclear blackmail” by Ukraine.
“So that you’d favor if you happen to had been president, you assume you’ll have a negotiated settlement?” Hannity requested Trump.
“Inside 24 hours,” the previous president replied.
Trump additionally stated he will get alongside “very properly” with Putin.
Trump’s interview with Hannity comes as Fox Information faces a defamation lawsuit stemming from its protection of the previous president’s false claims of widespread election fraud through the 2020 cycle.
Trump introduced his 2024 bid for an additional 4 years within the White Home after the midterms in November.
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