Donald Trump Says He Knows How to “Immediately” End the War in Ukraine but Must Keep It to Himself

On February 24, Russia’s war on Ukraine will have been going on for one full year. To commemorate the occasion, Vladimir Putin is reportedly planning a major offensive, a potential move that will culminate 12 months of fighting and horrifying losses, including the death of thousands of Ukrainian civilians and soldiers on both sides, and millions of Ukrainians being forced to flee their homes. Most reasonable people probably wish they could wave a magic wand and end the war right now. But of course, there’s no way to do that. Or is there?

In an interview that aired on Thursday night, Donald Trump told Right Side Broadcasting Network that peace “can be negotiated within 24 hours” by saying “things” that “will guarantee that this war will end immediately.”

Immediately? Twenty-four hours? Either way, this is clearly a great development! The war could be over by Sunday night! Saturday, if we move quickly!

According to Trump, the “things” that need to be said have to come “from the office of the president.” But wait, you ask: Since Trump isn’t president, couldn’t he get a message to Joe Biden or Biden’s people re: this foolproof way to end the war? Unfortunately, the answer is apparently no. Nevertheless, Biden really should do something about all this needless suffering ASAP!

“I think the numbers [of casualties] are far greater [than what’s been reported],” Trump said later in the interview. “That will be revealed at a later date. But we have to do something about it. That war has to stop, and it has to stop now, and it’s easy to do.”

In related news, the former president said earlier this week that, as president, he was right to trust Putin more than the “lowlifes” at the FBI.

When these GOP lawmakers think of civil rights heroes, they think of Donald Trump.

Yes, really. Per The Tennessean:

Two Republican lawmakers are sponsoring a bill to rename a portion of Rep. John Lewis Way in downtown Nashville after Donald Trump. The Metro Council in 2020 renamed the street, once known as Fifth Avenue, after the civil rights activist and longtime Democratic member of Congress from Georgia.

Now, state Representative Paul Sherrell, R-Sparta, and state Senator Frank Niceley, R-Strawberry Plains, introduced a bill to rename parts of the street to President Donald Trump Boulevard. The bill would apply to the portion between Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Boulevard and James Robertson Parkway.

As The Tennessean notes, “Lewis helped lead lunch-counter sit-ins along the street during the early years of the civil rights movement.” Meanwhile, Donald Trump spearheaded an entire movement around the lie that the country’s first Black president wasn’t born in the United States—among other things.

TFW you learn Don Jr. thinks the guns he uses to shoot defenseless animals are capable of shooting down an object 60,000 feet off the ground, i.e. almost double the cruising altitude of commercial airplanes

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