President Donald Trump Fights For Peace, Warns That “Idiots” Could Cause Nuclear World War 3

The Path To Peace Is The Only Answer

President Donald Trump continues to fight for peace between Ukraine and Russia as the world edges closer toward nuclear Armageddon. President Trump, who is running for the presidency in next year’s election, vows to get a peace deal done between Ukraine and Russia within 24 hours, offering a stark counterpoint to the bellicose warmongering policies of Joe Biden and current Secretary of State Tony Blinken.

“But if this thing isn’t solved by the time we have the election, which is possible it won’t be, and it’s also possible we’ll be in World War 3 with these idiots that are doing what they’re doing, you could end up in a nuclear World War which will make World War 1 and World War 2 look like patty-cakes. Okay?,” President Trump said in an interview with Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel.

“Because we have people who don’t know what they’re doing. If it’s not solved, I will have it solved in 24 hours with Zelensky and with Putin. And there’s a very easy negotiation to take place, but I don’t want to tell you what it is because then I can’t use that negotiation,” President Donald Trump said.

President Donald Trump has made the Path to Peace a central feature of his 2024 campaign for the White House. As we recently reported, Trump criticized Joe Biden for spending time in Ukraine while people in Ohio suffer, and Trump also vowed that he could get a deal done between Ukraine and Russia. Trump made the remarks in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The prospect of peace between Ukraine and Russia seems like a farfetched notion in the age of Joe Biden, as globalist politicians funnel money for Ukraine’s leader Volodymyr Zelensky to wage war against Russia’s Vladimir Putin. But Trump thinks that if he gets back into the presidency after the 2024 election then he will be able to forge a meeting and broker a solution.

“I guarantee I could work that out. I know exactly what I’d say,” President Donald Trump stated, vowing that he “we would have a deal made in 24 hours.”

Trump had sharp words for Joe Biden, who gallivanted in Ukraine while people in Ohio are reeling from an environmental crisis in the aftermath of a train derailment.