Trump condemns Biden’s march toward World War III, calls for ‘PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH’

by Summer Lane

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President Trump strongly condemned Joe Biden’s rapid descent toward global war as the Biden regime is poised to send cluster munitions to Ukraine to aid the Eastern European country attempts to withstand Russian aggression.

Trump wrote in a fiery statement, “Joe Biden should not be dragging us further toward World War III by sending cluster munitions to Ukraine—he should be trying to END the war and stop the horrific death and destruction being caused by an incompetent administration.”

According to Reuters, Biden’s decision to send cluster munitions to Ukraine invited the condemnation of North Korea, who called this move a “criminal act” that would facilitate “new calamity to the world.”

Trump continued, “These unexploded cluster munitions will be killing and maiming innocent Ukrainian men, women, and children for decades to come, long after the war—we pray—has ended. If, as Biden inadvertently admitted, the reason for sending cluster bombs now is that the United States is ‘running out of ammunition’ (a great breach of classified information), that only further emphasizes the urgency of immediately deescalating this bloody, dangerous, and out of control conflict.”

The president scorched Biden’s “policy of endless war in Ukraine” and noted that it had “tremendously weakened” the United States.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Biden laid bare a potential weak point in U.S. defenses when he told CNN that America was “low” on munitions.

Trump boldly warned, “This ‘admitted’ weakness is an invitation to enemies all over the world. Joe Biden is needlessly and dangerously leading us into World War III, which would be a nightmare beyond imagination—obliteration!”

The president has long called for peace in the escalating crisis overseas, warning that anything else would lead to global war that would have horrific consequences in light of the level of nuclear weaponry possessed by many of America’s enemies.

Trump vowed last week in Iowa that he would broker peace between Russia and Ukraine “within 24 hours” once he steps into the White House.

In his statement, Trump powerfully concluded:

“We must stop this insanity, immediately end the bloodshed in Ukraine, and return to a focus on America’s vital interests. Most importantly, we must completely rebuild our depleted military so it is once again so strong—like it was just 3 years ago when I rebuilt it—that no nation would even think of threatening our people. We must have ‘PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH’ and in a short time, the Presidential election of 2024 will produce that result.”

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