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The Art of Diplomacy: Trump’s Untold Story of How He Could Become the Ultimate Peacemaker in the Ukraine-Russia War!

I don't think in terms of winning and losing," the former President stated, "I think in terms of getting it settled so we stop killing all these people."

In a striking display of defiance, CNN hosted a controversial town hall in New Hampshire, featuring none other than former President Donald Trump. The event, which drew a barrage of criticism from the left for “giving him a platform,” primarily focused on a topic of global significance – the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Trump’s Surprising Take on “Winning”

In an unexpected twist, when grilled on whether he wanted Ukraine to “win” the conflict, Trump refrained from taking the bait. Instead, he took a firm stance in favor of a peaceful resolution. “I don’t think in terms of winning and losing,” the former President stated, “I think in terms of getting it settled so we stop killing all these people.” A sentiment that suggests a diplomatic and balanced perspective, one that’s rarely associated with the often-derided figure.

Trump’s comment sparked intrigue as he revisited his long-standing claim of being able to end the conflict in a single day, were he still in office. “Russians and Ukrainians, I want them to stop dying,” the hopeful presidential candidate declared. “And I’ll have that done in 24 hours.” An audacious claim, but one that paints a picture of his drive to halt the bloodshed.

When CNN’s Kaitlan Collins pressed him on whether he considered Putin a “war criminal“, Trump deftly sidestepped the question, suggesting that this topic “should be discussed later.” However, he didn’t shy away from asserting that “Putin made a mistake” in initiating the military operation.

The Neutral Arbiter: Trump’s Unacknowledged Role

Much has been made by mainstream media of Trump’s refusal to choose a side in this war. Yet, his stance reveals a desire to be seen as a potential neutral arbiter and mediator, should the chance arise.

This approach starkly contrasts with the ‘Trump Refuses to Pick a Side in Ukraine-Russia War‘ headline that Rolling Stone recently ran.

Trump astutely noted, “If you say he’s [Putin] a war criminal, it’s going to be a lot tougher to make a deal to stop this thing.

Predictably, Trump’s unique stance has provoked a flurry of criticism, including from potential GOP rivals. Former New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie branded Trump a “coward” and a “puppet of Putin” for refusing to say that Ukraine should win. However, these remarks seem to overlook Trump’s primary focus on ending the conflict and saving lives.

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The Financial Burden: A Conservative Perspective

During the back-and-forth at the CNN town hall, Trump echoed a sentiment increasingly popular among conservatives, lamenting the extensive distribution of America’s weaponry and taxpayer funds.

We don’t have ammunition for ourselves [and yet] we’re giving away so much,” he asserted. He called on Europe to “put up more money” to “equalize” the assistance provided by Washington.

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In an assertion that is bound to set tongues wagging, Trump declared he would “have that war settled in one day” if he were to become president again.

His willingness to meet with Putin to bring about this resolution demonstrates his commitment to peace, showing the world that the often-underestimated leader has a lot more to offer than what meets the eye.

Ethan White
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