Why his ideas are a clear choice
Foreign policy is -- to put it simply -- really, really hard. Dealing with other countries requires a nuanced approach, with a politician's intelligence, charisma, and moral character put to the test.
And that's why we need Donald Trump and only Donald Trump to handle the issues going on between Russia and Ukraine.
Trump has already made many statements regarding Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022, from downplaying it to saying it was a "genius" move to falsely stating that American troops have already landed in the country for support. His voice has made it clear: when it comes to American foreign policy, he's the one to listen to.
"But DivvyO," you may say, "I may have some concerns about Donald Trump being the best representative for America in this situation. What kind of evidence do you have?"
Well, I'm glad you asked!
- Trump asked Ukranian president Velensky to start a baseless investigation against his presidential opponent (some ding dong named Joe Biden) and held up $400 billion of military aid in an attempt to get his way.
- When Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula, Trump reportedly supported the move, saying everyone there speaks Russian. During his presidency, Trump tried to get Russia back into G7 after their annexation caused them to get expelled.
- When former military officer Sergei Skirpal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in the United Kingdom in 2018, signs pointed towards Russian agents being the culprits. It took Trump over six months to acknowledge that Putin was "probably" behind the poisonings, and only signed on to apply sanctions to Russia after recieving a veto-proof vote from both houses of Congress.
- During his 2016 presidential campaign, Trump suggested the United States pull out of NATO, weakening western presence in Europe.
The situation between Russia and Ukraine is no joke. Based on the history, Trump is the clear choice to lead American policy related to the future of these two countries.
If you think Ukraine needs to be wiped off the map and their people put under Russia's bootheels, of course.