Trump condemns Russia’s invasion (but mostly praises himself): ‘The problem is that our leaders are very, very stupid’

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Former US President Donald Trump condemned the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Sunday night. In a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, an annual gathering of leading conservatives, the Republican called the attack “appalling.”


“We pray for the proud people of Ukraine. God bless them all.” Earlier this week, the former head of state was criticized by a number of Republican Party members and President Joe Biden after he called President Vladimir Putin’s military actions in Ukraine “genius” and “too smart”.

“As everyone understands, this horrific catastrophe would not have happened had our elections not been rigged and I was president,” said Trump, who continues to insist despite the lack of evidence that his opponent won the previous presidential election through fraud.

Now the ex-president once again emphasized that no such confrontation occurred under his rule. So he called Biden weak and said he had had a good relationship with Putin during his tenure. The problem is not that Putin is smart, because of course he is smart. “The real problem is that our leaders are very, very stupid,” Trump said.

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