Joe Rogan praises Donald Trump for ‘perfect’ response to Russia-Ukraine conflict

"I think in terms of getting it settled, so we stop killing all these people."

 Joe Rogan praised 2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump for his anti-war response to CNN's Kaitlin Collins when she asked him about who would win the war between Russia and Ukraine. 

The interview between Trump and Collins took place in May and covered many subjects related to Trump's presidency. 

Trump answered Collins' question about the war, saying, "I don't think in terms of winning and losing. I think in terms of getting it settled, so we stop killing all these people and breaking down this country."

Rogan addressed Trump's answer in a recent episode of his podcast, the Joe Rogan Experience, saying that Trump was not concerned with who was winning the war, but "want[ed] people to stop dying." 

"It's perfect," Rogan commented about Trump's response. 

In commenting on Collin's question, Rogan said that "they're playing gotcha on a subject... that literally has the fate of the world in front of it."

Rogan speculated about the aftermath of what would happen around the world if nuclear war were to break out as a result. 

"These people are just flippantly supporting this continued conflict with no talk at all about some sort of compromise," Rogan added. 

Trump said in the interview that he would make peace between the countries in no more than a day but would need the power of the presidency in order to do so. 

The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on since February of 2022 when Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine and escalation has followed.

The war between Ukraine and Russia has been going on for a total of 16 months. As of April 2023, combined soldier casualties have passed 354,000 according to estimates from US documentation. 
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