World can face nuclear World War III under Biden administration: Trump

Washington: The comments by 76-year-old Trump came during his first public address since being arraigned on Tuesday

BY | Wednesday, 5 April, 2023
US President Joe Biden (L) and former US President Donald Trump (R). (Credit: Gage Skidmore/ Shealah Craighead/ krassotkin/ Wikimedia commons)

The world is likely to face an all-out nuclear World War III under the Biden administration, former President Donald Trump has said and accused the current US government of destroying the country.

The comments by 76-year-old Trump came during his first public address since being arraigned on Tuesday.

Trump, the first former US President to be criminally charged, has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records at his arraignment in a Manhattan court on charges relating to hush money payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels.

Read more: Donald Trump pleads not guilty to 34 counts against him in Manhattan court

The former president said that there are open threats by various countries of the use of nuclear weapons, something which was never mentioned or discussed by other nations during his administration.

“This could very well lead under the Biden administration’s leadership to an all-out nuclear World War III can happen. We’re not very far away from it, believe it or not,” Trump said during the address at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, soon after he flew back from New York.

Trump, a Republican, said the US is now in a mess under President Joe Biden, a Democrat.

“Our economy is crashing. Inflation is out of control. Russia has joined with China. Can you believe that? Saudi Arabia has joined with Iran,” he said.

Trump said China, Russia, Iran and North Korea have formed together as a “menacing and destructive coalition” and could have never happened under his leadership.

“If I were your president it would never have happened. Nor would Russia attack Ukraine. All of those lives will be saved. All of those beautiful cities would be standing,” he said, referring to the destruction caused in Ukraine.

“Our currency is crashing and will soon no longer be the world standard, which will be our greatest defeat frankly, in 200 years. There will be no defeat like that will take us away from being even a great power,” Trump said.

He also accused his successor Biden of destroying the country.

“If you took the five worst presidents in the history of the United States and added them up they would not have done near the destruction to our country as Joe Biden and the Biden administration have done,” Trump said.

By Lalit K Jha

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