Trump plans to end Russia-Ukraine war with the ‘power of the Oval Office’

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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The threat of a nuclear third world war is looming over Americans. After over a year of taxpayer dollars funding the War in Ukraine, no resolution is in sight. President Trump discussed the situation in a special War Room Exclusive with Steve Bannon.

He stated, “I could get Ukraine and Russia settled in 24 hours.”

President Trump has repeatedly recalled his negotiation skills regarding both China and Russia, according to RSBN. During his interview, he reminded viewers that he had, “A very good relationship with Putin.”

His concern over the conflict did not just center around American involvement but the fact that “so many people are being killed.”

On Saturday, USA Today reported that a Russian missile strike hit a Ukrainian apartment building and killed at least 23 people. This is just one of many instances of mass destruction resulting from the Russia-Ukraine War. 

President Trump said, “It’s much worse than anybody understands.”

Rumors that a Ukrainian drone targeted Russian leader Vladimir Putin in an unsuccessful assassination attempt surfaced last week, according to the New York Post.

While a senior Ukrainian official noted that he does not believe Russia would use its nuclear weapons in this situation, per the Washington Examiner, Putin has had his “nuclear forces” on special alert since the U.S. began supporting Ukraine last year, according to BBC News.

President Trump also mentioned having respect for Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who admitted that he was never intimidated by Trump during an interview despite being in a position to make headlines if he declared otherwise.

As the unstable state of our current foreign relations and involvement in the Russia-Ukraine War remains, President Trump continues to promote peace as part of his 2024 agenda.

He said, “You need the power of that Oval Office to get it done.”

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