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Trump: We are fighting a proxy war against Russia that started with fabricated evidence



We are fighting a proxy

war against Russia that started with fabricated evidence

Former US President Donald Trump considered that

mass hysteria about "fabricated evidence" of

"Moscow interference"

in the 2016 US election led Washington to a "proxy war" with Moscow.

The real victims (of this deception) are Americans.

  • The devastation it has caused America is almost incalculable.
  • It has undermined our democracy, threatened our security
  • and endangered our freedom.

According to Trump :

at the critical moment that tensions with Moscow should have been eased

that fabrication sparked a collective hysteria that

helped push Russia straight into the arms of China.

Instead of improving relations with Russia :

which I have worked to build, we are now fighting a proxy war against Russia

fueled in part by the remainder of the so-called" Russian trace "nonsense.

Ukraine has become completely devastated.

Countless people were killed 

warning that it" could end up being a third world war ".

Last May, U.S. :

Special Prosecutor John Durham issued a report confirming that neither U.S. law enforcement nor intelligence had any real evidence of Trump's alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 election.

Earlier :

  • Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commenting on
  • Durham's report said that this was not
  • the first time that the United States had reached
  • a conclusion in its investigations that

there was no "Russian interference"

underscoring the absurdity of the accusations against Russia.


Biden leads us and has no idea what he's doing

  • Former US President Donald Trump recalled current US
  • President Joe Biden's gaffes
  • who recently confused Ukraine with Iraq

and said he was "grossly unqualified" in a situation threatened by a global war.

Trump reiterated at a rally in South Carolina his promise to resolve the Ukrainian dispute quickly if he wins the 2024 presidential election

Trump told supporters:

"Joe Biden brings us to the brink of a third world war, he has no idea what he's doing. no mistake can be made between Ukraine and Iraq, and certainly not twice ".

"It's better not to make mistakes in decisions about the situation with Russia, because we're on our way to World War III," he added, noting that Biden is "grossly unqualified."