Trump says he could negotiate end to Russia-Ukraine war 'within 24 hours'

"As I have said many times before, Russia's invasion of Ukraine would have never happened if I was in the White House. Not even thinkable, not even a possibility," Trump said.

In a new video release from former President Donald Trump's campaign war room, the 2024 hopeful called for an end to the war in Ukraine and claimed that if he were president, the war wouldn't have happened in "a million years," but that he would've been able to negotiate it's end "within 24 hours" if he were to take the reins right now.

He began by blaming President Joe Biden for the "dangerous, explosive, and escalating" conflict between Russia and Ukraine, saying his "weakness and incompetence has brought us to the brink of nuclear war."

"And now, Biden is doing what he said 10 months ago would lead to World War III," Trump continued. "He is sending in American tanks. It's far past the time for all parties involved to pursue a peaceful end to the war in Ukraine before this already horrific catastrophe spirals out of control and ends up leading, indeed, to World War III."

He noted that potential war would be "like no other" war that came before because it would likely be nuclear.

"As I have said many times before, Russia's invasion of Ukraine would have never happened if I was in the White House. Not even thinkable, not even a possibility. We must end this ridiculous war and demand peace in Ukraine now before it gets worse. And believe it or not, it would be easy to do. It would be very easy to do," the former president concluded in the first video, which was shared to Twitter.

In a follow-up, Trump's war room added another video message from the Republican politician.

"A major disaster is brewing. If I were president, the Russia-Ukraine war would never have happened, never in a million years," he began. "But even now, if I were president, I'd be able to negotiate an end to this horrible and rapidly escalating war within 24 hours. It can be done."

He then went on to say that he believes the US "helped lead Russia" into fighting Ukraine by allowing them to try and take a small part of the country.

"You have to say the right things, not the wrong things. I think we helped lead Russia into that war by saying 'Well if they took a small part of the country that would be okay.' Such a tragic waste of human life when you look at all that's happening there, those cities are obliterated," Trump said, before reiterating his warning about potential nuclear war.

"First comes the tanks, and then come to the nukes. Get this crazy war ended now. It can be done. And in fact, it's easy to get done," he continued. "When I'm president, we will be a strong country again. People will never be playing these games like they've been doing to the United States of America. They don't respect us anymore. They respected us greatly two and a half years ago. They don't respect us anymore. Thank you very much," he ended the video.

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