Trump describes Putin as a dictator and the invasion of Ukraine as a genocide

Former United States President Donald Trump has agreed with President Biden that Russia’s war in Ukraine is a “genocide.”

Despite criticizing Joe Biden’s policy in general, Trump referred to Ukraine as “This is a genocide.” This happened one day after Biden himself had called the Russian invasion genocide.

Your family budget, your ability to fill your tank, none of this should depend on whether a dictator declares war and commits genocide on the other side of the world,” Biden had said.

Trump describes Putin as a dictator and the invasion of Ukraine as a genocide
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Trump, had previously referred to the Russian invasion as a “holocaust” and condemned Russia’s actions against Ukrainian citizens.

“We have the strongest, most capable nuclear power in the world, thanks to what I did,” added Donald Trump, noting that if he were still in power, Putin would not have attacked Ukraine.

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