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Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine Must Have Seemed Like A Comedy To Trump

Trump must think Russia's invasion of Ukraine is a joke

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Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, was a professional comedian before entering politics. In contrast, former United States President Donald Trump plays a lousy game at Republican meetings.

This was shown on Saturday night as part of a two-day event for major Republican National Committee contributors. As the world watches in horror as Russian President Vladimir Putin unleashes hell on the Ukrainian people, Trump got the opportunity to discuss his idea for how he would manage the issue with members of the Republican elite in the White House.
Trump, who looks to be preparing for another presidential bid in 2024, did provide an exhaustively studied and militarily sound strategy to oppose Russian President Vladimir Putin? Without a doubt, this is not the case. As an alternative, he decided it would be appropriate to make a joke, despite the heartbreaking pictures of Ukrainians being bombed and fleeing for their lives on television.

It was revealed in a tape of Trump’s address acquired by The Washington Post that the United States should “flag” F-22 fighter planes with “the Chinese flag” and “bomb the s**t” out of Russia, among other things. He made a light-hearted remark, “And then we declare that China was responsible. Afterward, they start fighting with one another, and we sit back and watch.”

Incredibly, the crowd replied with laughing, according to the Post, which is perplexing. Not the kind of joke a second-rate comic would tell at a run-down comedy club in New Jersey on a weeknight, but the sort of joke a former President of the United States would mean in the same setting. However, according to Trump, making light of a battle in which people are fighting for their life against a nuclear-armed superpower is a genuine knee-slapper for him.

As opposed to his remarks the week before at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), when he told a Republican crowd that Putin was “brilliant,” Trump did not compliment Putin this time. When Trump commented, Putin’s unjustified war on Ukraine had already been going on for many days. The news media was inundated with tales of civilian deaths, and more than 100,000 Ukrainians had left the country due to the violence. And, to make matters worse, Trump’s admiration for Putin at CPAC came in the wake of more praise for the Russian leader, whom Trump despised referred to as “brilliant” and “smart” right before Russia attacked Ukraine.

For example, Zelensky, a professional actor and comedian who acted as the president of Ukraine in the political comedy series “Servant of the People.” When Zelensky was a performer, he was very amusing, having written and starred in comic films and dubbing Paddington Bear in the Ukrainian versions of the blockbuster 2014 film and its 2017 sequel, according to sources.

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