Donald Trump‘s assertion that he could quickly end the Ukraine crisis in 24 hours has drawn criticism from former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
During one of his 2024 presidential campaign outings, Trump made the argument that if he had been elected again in 2020, the terrible war would not have occurred.
In one of two recordings made available exclusively by DailyMail.com, he said, “If I were president, I’d be able to negotiate an end to this horrible and quickly growing war within 24 hours.”
Trump has repeatedly criticized Biden’s handling of the dispute, alleging that his replacement in the White House has damaged the country’s reputation.
While taking a tour of the United States to encourage support for Ukraine, Mr Johnson told ABC News Live: “It can be done.” According to him, one must speak correctly and refrain from making mistakes.
He further stated that although Donald, the previous president, is an excellent negotiator, he does not believe, however, there is a settlement in this situation.
Mr Johnson lauded the attitude of congressional Republican leaders, including new Speaker Kevin McCarthy, after meeting them, as well as the “magnificent” backing of the Biden administration.
“This battle may have easily ended in the opposite direction.” Putin might have destroyed our nation, the speaker warned.
He spoke on the United States’ intervention for the provision of aid and information for the Ukranians and hoped they would not give up just yet.
At twice the price, I simply believe it to be a significant investment. If the appropriate kind of aid kept flowing, the war might be won “within months,” he concluded.