Trump: ‘There would be no NATO if I didn’t act strong and swiftly’

by Timothy Frudd

In a statement on Monday, President Donald Trump reminded Americans of his support for Ukraine and his role in making NATO functional.

Trump reminded Americans that he was the president who forced member nations of NATO to pay their fair share and develop their strength. He wrote, “I hope everyone is able to remember that it was me, as President of the United States, that got delinquent NATO members to start paying their dues, which amounted to hundreds of billions of dollars.”

The 45th president emphasized, “There would be no NATO if I didn’t act strong and swiftly.” He added, “Also, it was me that got Ukraine the very effective anti-tank busters (Javelins) when the previous Administration was sending blankets. Let History so note!”

Under the Trump administration, Ukraine could purchase the military equipment needed to protect itself from Russian aggression. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine may have been worse if the Trump administration had not addressed problems with NATO and helped arm the Ukrainian people in preparation for future events.

The 45th president also reminded Americans of his energy policies that enabled America to become energy independent.

“If my energy policy had remained in place, where we were energy independent, and would have soon been bigger in production than Saudi Arabia and Russia combined, the world would have had no problems whatsoever.” He added, “This war should never have started in the first place.”

Trump warned Europe of the dangers of relying on Russian energy during his presidency. He also greatly expanded America’s oil and natural gas production, allowing America to become energy independent.

However, the Biden administration reversed most of Trump’s energy policies, causing Americans to pay record-high prices at the pump and rely on foreign oil.

“If the Election wasn’t Rigged,” Trump continued, “America would right now continue to have record-low gas prices, as it was under my Administration, and we would be supplying the world with oil and gas.” Instead, Americans are facing the reality of soaring energy costs and a potential shortage of oil and gas due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Trump concluded his statements, saying that “Russia would not have attacked Ukraine” under his administration.

“Instead, we have a horribly tragic and unnecessary war, record-high energy prices, Inflation, no Border, crime, and chaos,” he added.

The 45th president’s response to the problems currently plaguing the American people is, “Make America STRONG Again!” Americans will have an opportunity to do this in the upcoming midterm and presidential elections.

The question is whether or not the American people will choose strong leadership.

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