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Trump’s Plan to Fix Ukraine-Russia War

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Could President Biden do this? Probably not.

Former President of the United States Donald Trump has claimed that he would be able to put an end to the Russian military intervention in Ukraine if he were to be elected President for a second time in 2024, even before his official inauguration in January 2025.

According to Newsweek, Donald Trump’s interview with Sean Hannity was scheduled just a few days following his initial 2024 presidential campaign rally held in Waco, Texas. Currently, there is a lot of questions surrounding the possibility of his indictment by the Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation, which pertains to the repayment of $130,000 made to former Trump attorney, Michael Cohen, for the payoff to adult film actress, Stormy Daniels, prior to the 2016 US presidential election.

Donald Trump reaffirmed his statement that he could resolve the conflict in Ukraine within a day’s time, but only if he holds the position of the President. He argued that he wouldn’t be able to resolve the matter even if President Joe Biden appointed him as a representative to handle the issue.

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“And if I win, before I get into the office, I will have that war settled. 100 percent sure,” Trump promised.

“And everything I said has turned out to be right,” Trump argued.

Assuming Donald Trump wins the presidential election in November 2024, he wouldn’t take over the presidency until January 20, 2025. Thus, President Joe Biden would continue in office until that particular date.

It is anticipated that President Joe Biden will seek re-election, but he has yet to confirm his candidacy officially. Several current polls indicate that Donald Trump is the top contender for the Republican presidential nomination.

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