To be frank, I am absolutely fed up with the people in this country — whether it be members of the media, members of the United States Congress, or just plain ole average American Joes — tiptoeing around the notion of Donald Trump’s personal thoughts and feelings regarding Vladimir Putin. I am sick to death of the excuses and the talking in circles and all of the if’s, and’s, and but’s that I’ve heard over the last couple of weeks.
The former President of the United States of America is absolutely obsessed and enamored with the Russian dictator and I am absolutely done with anyone who is trying to pretend otherwise. Plain and simple.
And this right here is all the proof you should need that I am 100 percent correct in this assessment.
Recently, the one-term, twice-impeached former president had a conversation with Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, where he offered up what I believe is the most sickening remarks he’s had regarding Vladimir Putin since this global catastrophe kicked off.
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Trump kicked things off with his regular, tired ass talking points, such as his claims that he deserves all the credit for Ukraine’s weapons that have helped defend them in this war (despite the fact, of course, that he was literally impeached for withholding Congressionally-approved aide to the very same country when he tried to extort Ukraine’s president into giving him dirt on Joe Biden) and the notion that Vladimir Putin never would have invaded and attacked Ukraine, to begin with, if he hadn’t lost the election.
Pirro eventually asked Trump for his thoughts on the Russian president’s motivations as well as how the former president thought this would all come to an end.
“He’s got a big ego. I think what’s going on now is hard. I understand he’s gotten rid of a lot of his generals,” Trump responded, going on to try to explain that Putin is in a difficult position and adding “he is not doing well.”
But it didn’t even stop there. Donald went on to try to further explain away Vladimir Putin’s thinking and reasoning behind the violent invasion and attack against Ukraine and its people.
“They wanted to rebuild the Soviet Union,” Trump said of what he believes is Russia’s goal. “That’s what this is all about to a large extent. And then you say, what’s the purpose of this?”
“They had a country. You could see it was a country where there was a lot of love and we’re doing it because, you know, somebody wants to make his country larger or he wants to put it back the way it was when actually it didn’t work very well.”
“It’s just a terrible situation,” Trump opined as Pirro nodded her head like a good little bootlicker, readily agreeing, “Right.”
Ukraine suffered in ways we cannot even begin to imagine or perceive during their time as a satellite state of the Soviet Union under the rule of Joseph Stalin and his policies during World War II.
Like I said, I’m done.
You can listen to the full interview here:
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