Trump: Under Bush, Russia took over Georgia, under Obama – Crimea, and under Biden – everything

Trump said that would be the "worst-case" scenario and it wouldn't come to that because...

US President Donald Trump (2016-2021) Donald Trump said Russia would “never invade” Ukraine if he were in power, but also indicated he would “make a deal” with Russian President Vladimir Putin if necessary Putin, writes in “Daily Telegraph”.

In Trump’s words, if he had been president at the time of the invasion, he “would have cut a deal” allowing Russia to keep parts of Ukraine to end the war.

Trump said that would be the “worst-case” scenario and it wouldn’t come to that, because Putin wouldn’t have dared to invade Ukraine at all if he was in the White House.

The President of the United States (2016-2021) said on Sean Hannity’s radio show: “Remember, under Bush they took over Georgia, under Obama they took over Crimea. And under Biden, they’re taking over everything. It looks like they’re going to take over everything, it seems to me. ”

“And you know what they took under Trump? Russia didn’t take anything. For the first time, under the first president in a long time. Putin understood. He would never do it,” Trump was categorical.

“And it happened without even negotiating a deal. I could have negotiated. At worst, I could have made a deal for them to take something, you know, there are certain areas that are Russian-speaking, right, but a deal could have been made And now they are just smashing Ukraine to pieces,” he added, quoted by BTA.

“Daily Telegraph” recalls that it is not the first time that Trump has stated that the invasion of Ukraine would not have happened if he had been re-elected in 2020. He has said on other occasions that it would have been prevented thanks to his policy of ” peace through strength”.

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