Nigel Farage has claimed Vladimir Putin wouldn’t have launched a full-scale invasion into Ukraine in February 2022 if Donald Trump had been US president.
Chatting with Sky Information, the politician mentioned he’s assured Mr Trump will probably be elected to the White Home in November’s election.
“I feel the difficulty of the border, the results of crime issues that you simply’re seeing in American cities – Chicago is in a horrible, horrible state – I feel folks take a look at Trump and say, ‘you already know what? It is a robust man who will truly arise and combat in opposition to that stuff’,” Mr Farage mentioned.
“Plus, and do not underestimate this, he had a really profitable international coverage when he was president.
“Since he is gone, the world is now a way more harmful place than it was earlier than. So I feel all these components are enjoying for him.”
Mr Farage added: “There’s this form of argument in Europe that he’ll blow up NATO… I do not imagine any of that for a second.
“What he wished was for NATO members to pay their justifiable share. I do not imagine that Putin would have invaded Ukraine had Trump been within the White Home.”
Mr Farage additionally mentioned the thought Mr Trump needs to destroy democracy is “nonsense”.
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