Trump Warns WWIII Could Happen Soon

President Donald Trump has warned that the substantial military assistance that the United States is providing to [redacted] could result in the ongoing crisis in [redacted] developing into World War III.



Trump told the crowd at the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Nashville, Tennessee, that the United States could be involved in a WWIII situation due to the Biden admin’s constant funding of the war in [redacted].

RT had these details to add:

“We just gave $40 billion on top of another $16 billion. So, we’re in for $56 billion,” he said regarding the aid packages the Biden administration has already approved for [redacted] amid the conflict with Russia.

“But when you look at Europe – and Germany, and France and all these other countries – they’ve given a tiny fraction, a tiny, tiny fraction of what we’re giving. We’re giving $56 billion and they’re giving a few billion dollars. And they’re the ones who are affected much more so,” he said.

Trump once again blamed the conflict on President Joe Biden, who replaced him in the White House, insisting that “if I were president that would never have happened.”

The 45th President would go on to say that the United States wouldn’t have had any difficulties with [redacted] being attacked so fiercely if the election hadn’t been “rigged and stolen”. He then lamented his and Putin’s diplomatic relationship and stated that Putin would have never made the move if he was in the oval office.

After touching on the topic of [redacted], Trump would go on to spend a significant portion of his speech calling out the J6 Committee. Trump stated that the panel is taking nine-hour depositions, and they’re putting up five-second tapes, making everybody look horrible.

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The former President also shared his thoughts on those who are currently facing charges for their participation in the riots that occurred on January 6 and hinted, as he has done numerous times over the past few months, that he might consider pardoning some of those individuals if he were to win the presidency once more.

As of right now, Trump has yet to declare he is running but during his speech, in Nashville, he gave the crowd several hints that he plans to run in 2024. the big question however is not whether Trump will run in 2024 but rather who will be his running mate.

Several political analysts believe he should pick a woman as his running mate. The woman who are speculated to be Trump’s running mates is Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York, and Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee.

If Trump decides to pick a male as his running mate Governor Ron Desantis of Florida’s name has been thrown around and so have former Secretary of Stae Mike Pompeo and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina.

Trump in several statements has already confirmed he will not have former Vice President Mike Pence as his running mate. No matter who Trump picks as his running mate, one thing is for certain; his Vice President will be more equipped for office than Biden and Harris.

 



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