Trump’s Contradictory Promises: End Ukraine Conflict and Increase European Support for Kyiv If Elected President

Former US President Donald Trump has vowed to convince EU leaders to increase aid to Ukraine within 10 minutes if he wins the upcoming presidential election.

Trump added during the annual conference of American conservatives in Washington: “I can meet with all the leaders of the countries of the European Union, because I know all of them or most of them, and they will stop paying if I tell them what they should do.” , now they are not paying, and it is unfair that only the United States supports and provides funds to Ukraine.

Trump noted that Europe should start spending money, noting that Washington has allocated about $140 billion to help Kyiv, while funds allocated by the European Union are estimated at $15-16 billion.

Trump stressed that “the United States is in a more dangerous situation than ever because of the danger of using nuclear weapons and unleashing a third world war.”

Trump asked why the administration of current US President Joe Biden financed Kiev with such huge funds, at a time when “Ukraine’s victory over Russia in this conflict” matters much more for European countries than for the United States.

And Trump said at the same conference that it would not be difficult for him to stop the conflict in Ukraine within 24 hours if he was re-elected president of the United States.

Source: News

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