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Trump attacks Biden after running out of ammunition: the most dangerous time in our country's history

 

Trump attacking Biden after talking about

America's ammunition:

ineligible for presidency during :

"the most dangerous time in our country's history"


Former US President Donald Trump :

  • has attacked his successor Joe Biden's admission that
  • there is a shortage of ammunition
  • stressing that the latter is not eligible
  • for America's presidency as global tensions grow

and during "the most dangerous time in our country's history."


"It's the most dangerous time in our country's history because of weapons, nuclear power is so enormous, we're not talking about two tanks of the military going and shooting each other like in the First and Second World Wars."



Trump called the current situation "extermination"

saying of Biden : 

  • We have a man who doesn't understand what he's doing
  • we have a man who has stood up
  • and told the whole world that we don't have ammunition.


In his remarks, Biden added:

Did you know that under my state all the ammunition stores have been full for 3 years, we have sacrificed them entirely, and that's terrible, the only thing worse is to tell the world

Biden has told China

and all those who are hostile to us that we don't have ammunition.

The U.S. :

  • presidential election is scheduled for November 2024
  • November 2022 that he would enter the presidential race.

Ukraine has received substantial financial :

and military assistance from Western countries

mainly America and other European countries

since the start of :

Russia's special military operation in Ukraine on 24 February 2022.



Western States :

through their material :

  1. military and political support to Kyiv
  2. seek to obstruct the objectives of
  3. Russia's special military operation in Ukraine


but Moscow has on more than one occasion asserted that :

military operations in the Donbass will cease only after all the tasks entrusted to it have been achieved, and Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed that Russia does not plan to occupy Ukrainian

territory;

Russia's objective was to protect persons :

who had been subjected

for 8 years, to persecution and genocide by the Kiev regime.



Russia had previously sent a memorandum to NATO

States because of :

Ukraine's supply of weapons, and the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, had indicated that any shipment containing weapons to Ukraine would become a legitimate target for Russia.