Trump warns U.S. is ‘saying exactly the wrong thing’ to Russia

That Joe Biden and his administration would be saying the wrong thing wouldn’t surprise anyone who’s aware of his long legacy of flubs, blunders, and mistakes.

Not to mention his extremist ideologies.

But when it deals with the possibility of nuclear conflict, the tolerance level for shoot-from-the-hip comments moves dramatically lower.

And President Donald Trump is warning that the messaging that the nation has been sending to Russia and Vladimir Putin has been – exactly wrong.

According to a report at Just the News, Biden recently referenced “Armageddon,” and the claim that Putin is “not joking” about using nukes.

Biden, in fact, said, “We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis.”

But in a speech over the weekend, Trump said the suggestions embedded in those comments are unwise.

“We have to be very smart and very nimble. We have to know what to say, what to do. And we are saying exactly the wrong thing. We’ll end up in a World War III,” he said.

During a rally in Mesa, Arizona, Trump continued, “We must demand immediate negotiation of a peaceful end to the war in Ukraine, or we will end up in World War III and there will never be a war like this.”

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