Trump Warns World War III Could Be On Horizon
Donald Trump, now the former president, has offered a grave warning about the future of the confrontation between Russia and Ukraine. Former President Nixon posted a dire warning on his Truth Social account, stating that a nuclear war between the United States and Russia was possible.
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He Warned That Russian President Vladimir Putin has recently made threats to deploy nuclear weapons, claiming that his words are not a bluff. The conflict in Ukraine was completely unnecessary, and I would have prevented it if I were in office. But as I’ve been saying for quite some time now, this could easily become World War III,
President Putin of Russia has given a stark warning to the United States and NATO leaders who continue to supply weaponry and ammunition to Kyiv, hoping to refocus their attention on the conflict in Ukraine.
Putin said in a speech aimed at Russians but also a global audience that he is redoubling his attempts to calm down his neighbor after the Ukrainians launched a counteroffensive to regain lost ground with weapons provided largely by the United States.
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Putin has threatened to deploy nuclear weapons on Ukraine and announced a partial preparation of up to 300,000 additional troops. The Russian president allegedly stated in a prepared message that the West wants to destroy our country and that NATO countries had attempted to convert Ukraine’s population into cannon fodder, as reported by CNBC.
According to an Associated Press translation, he said, He reiterate, we are talking about partial mobilization, that is, only citizens who are currently in the reserve will be subject to conscription,. ‘Before reporting to their units, conscripts will be required to complete additional military training based on the experience of the special military operation.
It was widely understood by Western military officials and experts that Putin’s speech was an escalating address directed at NATO members, whom he accused of engaging in nuclear blackmail against Russia. When asked if he was bluffing, he said no and added that Russia has “plenty of weapons to retaliate” to what he called threats from the West.
Putin has alluded to Russia’s nuclear armament at various moments during the confrontation with Ukraine, CNBC noted, but there are concerns over whether Moscow would ever resort to deploying such a weapon, with analysts warning that doing so may spark a third world war.
While British Foreign Office Minister Gillian Keegan told Sky News that Putin’s statement shouldn’t be taken with a grain of salt, the Chinese Foreign Ministry urged all sides to find a means to voice their security concerns through discussion. Since we aren’t in charge and honestly, I’m not convinced he is either this is obviously something we need to take very seriously. They have clearly escalated, she added.
While this was going on, analysts at the private intelligence agency Forward Observer reported, Russian proxy governments in occupied territories in Ukraine announced they will organize referendums to seek formal annexation by Russia, which was strongly opposed by Ukraine.