During a recent interview on “Eric Bolling the Balance,” former President Donald J. Trump utterly shredded Biden’s ineptitude in foreign affairs, remarking that virtually “nobody thought it was possible it could go this bad this fast” in the United States.
Commenting specifically on the possibility of world war, Trump declared that it is critical to make the United States great again, especially since the nation has subsequently “gone to hell” in light of Biden’s likely illegitimate ascension to the White House.
Noting that the United States has never been “this low,” Trump continued on to remark that the nation is “in a lot of trouble,” especially since it has never before been in quite a precarious predicament, given the internal decline and increasing threats from overseas, especially China.
China happens to be one of the nations most notorious for its nefarious associations with Hunter Biden, the son of Joe Biden, who has yet to divest his 10 percent stake from a shady Chinese equity firm with direct ties to Beijing.
“You can’t rely on China to make America great again, that I can tell you,” Trump remarked drily.
Given the current conflict in Ukraine, Trump warned that the nation may well end up in a world war, especially given the largely ineffectual response to date that the Biden administration has launched against Russia.
Per multiple news reports, the Russian ruble is stronger than ever, including before the invasion, while sanctions have ironically harmed American, British, and European consumers far more than Russian or Chinese consumers.
Further adding insult to injury, Biden is also intent on undoing Trump Era sanctions on the East Asian nation, clearly for no other reason than dirty handed politics done in the name of supposedly reducing inflation.
However, had the current president been serious about combating inflation from the start, he would have never cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline or taken a number of other actions that severely harmed the United States economy, which will undoubtedly lead to an inevitable recession.
“They were coasting on our great policy,” Trump noted, “[but] they’re not taking the oil … Instead, we’re buying it from other people and paying top dollar. It’s crazy.”
Trump suggested that he may make a run for the presidency once again in 2024, noting that he didn’t know “if anything” could keep him from doing so.
“I love our country,” Trump asserted, “[and] I’ll do what’s right for the country.”