Donald Trump once again condemned President Joe Biden, saying that something was not “normal” with his successor, and listed the shortcomings acknowledged exactly a year after Biden took office.
In a phone interview with Acesparks chief Sean Hanniti on Thursday, Trump said of Biden, “I want him to do well,” but stopped a number of complaints about the Democrat’s first year.
Trump has criticized Biden mainly on familiar topics, including the disastrous U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, rising inflation, and the number of illegal crossings on the southern border.
He also condemned Biden’s press conference on Wednesday, saying the president had given Russia a “green light” to invade Ukraine and that the White House had hurried back, thinking of a limited response to the “small invasion.”
Asked if Biden “seems to be struggling cognitively,” Trump said, “When you watch a press conference, I don’t want to say, but it’s not a normal situation that’s happening here.”
Donald Trump once again criticized President Joe Biden, saying that something was “not normal” with his successor, and corrected the list of shortcomings acknowledged exactly a year after Biden took office.
Trump’s remarks continue to spark rumors that he will launch a campaign to reclaim the White House in 2024.
Trump has sharply criticized Biden on mostly familiar topics, including the disastrous U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, rising inflation, and an increase in illegal crossings along the southern border.
The satellite image shows Russian equipment on Russia’s Klimovo railway on Wednesday. Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have peaked for many years as concerns are raised that the gathering of Russian troops near the two countries ’borders could trigger a Russian invasion.
Biden’s first official press conference in 10 months immediately sparked controversy and concern over his comments on Russia.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky was among those concerned about Biden’s “minor aggression.”
“We want to remind the great powers that there are no small invasions and no small nations. There seems to be less grief than the absence of small victims and the loss of loved ones,” he wrote on Twitter.
Biden and senior administration officials worked Thursday to clear his comments.
After reading the scenario, Biden said that “if the assembled Russian units cross the border into Ukraine, it is an aggression” and that this will be met with a “firm and coordinated economic response.”
In his interview, Trump criticized Biden’s performance at the press conference and dismissed his controversial remarks about Russia.
When he said yesterday, “They can come in, they can come in,” he was talking about a small invasion. I told her calm down and we would take care of her, “said Trump.
Biden’s first official press conference in 10 months (above) sparked immediate debate and concern over his comments on Russia.
Trump said the president had given a “green light” to Russia to invade Ukraine in response to a limited response to a “minor invasion,” and that the White House had hurried back.
On August 16, 2021, hundreds of people boarded a U.S. Air Force C-17 transport plane descending from the runway of Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan.
On January 3, Haitian asylum seekers crossed the Rio Bravo River and crossed the border wall to seek asylum in El Paso, Texas.
The driver is filling a tank at a gas station in Marysville, Washington on Friday, December 10, 2021. Prices for U.S. consumers rose 7 percent in December from a year earlier
“You’re really telling them, ‘You can come in, too. You can’t just talk about sanctions. Sanctions don’t matter much to Russia,'” Trump said.
“If you want to stop someone, you’re not just talking about sanctions. I think it’s a completely different ball game right now,” he added.
“I think our country has never been so disrespected by the rest of the world, by the leaders of other countries,” he said. I don’t think we’ve ever been in a situation like that, ”he said.
“Even I look at it and I’m not ashamed of what happened to our country last year,” Trump added.
Trump claimed to have “a very good relationship with Putin,” but he claimed that “they have suspended the pipeline,” which is Putin’s main initiative from Russia to Western Europe, “North Stream 2.” pointing to a natural gas pipeline.
Trump’s remarks come amid rumors that he will launch a campaign to reclaim the White House in 2024.
They also denied that he tried to prevent the White House documents from being investigated by the U.S. Congressional Committee following Wednesday’s Supreme Court ruling.
The decision will continue an investigation by the House Electoral Committee, which seeks to determine what role Trump himself played in inciting the violence on Jan. 6.
But Trump, in an interview, accused Speaker Nancy Pelosi of violating security at the Capitol, saying it could be a “very pleasant day.”
Trump claimed that there was “a lot of love” in the air at his rally (above) at the Ellipse rally before the Jan. 6 Capitol Uprising.
Trump said Pelosi had rejected a proposal to increase security at the Capitol before Jan. 6.
Trump said at a rally in Ellipse before the riot that there was “too much love” in the air.
“Believe me, there were people here who loved love and friendship, who loved our country. These are great people, ”he said of the rally.
After the rally, thousands of Trump supporters made their way to the nearby Capitol Palace and stormed it, suspending Biden’s election certificate.
Trump said Pelosi rejected a January 6 proposal to increase security at the Capitol.
“If you had 5,000 soldiers surrounded around the Capitol, as far as we know, it wouldn’t have had Jan. 6. It wouldn’t have been a problem, but they refused,” he said.
“I wanted to have soldiers and / or the National Guard, and Nancy Pelosi refused. If he didn’t refuse, you wouldn’t have any problems. That would be a wonderful day, “said Trump.
In a wide-ranging interview, Trump also defended his administration’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, saying “we didn’t get the credit we deserved.”
“We’ve done a great job,” Trump said, noting that vaccines will be released to the public in record time.
Trump holds an “iron” stake in much of the Republican base, and if he decides to run again, there is a clear path to candidacy.
Among the possible main contenders, only Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis emerged as a potential threat, and he declined to say whether Trump would stay in the primaries.
DeSantis ’disruptive position angered Trump, and it sparked a growing rift between the two individuals, both of whom are known for their Republican base.
On Thursday, Trump could not restrain himself from questioning whether he plans to run again in 2024, saying, “I think you’ll be happy, but we’ll let you know shortly.”