The former prime minister derided “global wokratties” as “trembling very hard” at the idea of Trump, who won 51% of the vote in Monday's Iowa caucuses, returning to the White House.
Saturday 20 January 2024 09:51, UK
Boris Johnson has endorsed Donald Trump as US presidential candidate, with Trump surprising his critics by claiming he will support Ukraine to make the West “stronger” and “make the world more stable.”
The former prime minister derided that “global wokratties” were “trembling very violently” at the idea. playing cards Return to the White House.
On Monday, the former president won the Iowa caucusesthe first event until candidates were nominated, had a 51% turnout.
In a column for the Daily Mail, where he reportedly receives up to £1 million a year, he said: Mr. Johnson He said he was confident that President Trump would continue to provide arms to Ukraine.
President Trump has not promised to send arms to the country and has consistently expressed his admiration for President Vladimir Putin.
In a recent interview, he expressed concern that “we're giving away too much equipment…We don't have our own ammunition.”
But Johnson wrote: “I simply cannot believe that Mr. Trump would cut off the Ukrainians. On the contrary, he has no agreement with President Putin, as he certainly has.” “I think there's a good chance he's going to eliminate the Ukrainians because he's found out that there's no way he's going to win.” Dew. ”
He added: “If that is the case, there is a good chance that the West will become stronger and the world more stable under a Trump administration.”
President Zelensky invites President Trump to Ukraine
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Friday called on President Trump to visit Kiev after claiming in an interview with Channel 4 that the war against Russia could be ended within 24 hours.
“Yes, please, Mr. Donald Trump, we invite you to Ukraine,” Zelenskiy said.
“If we can stop the war within 24 hours, I think it's enough to come to Kiev any day I'm here.”
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“What the world needs now is an American leader whose willingness to use force and sheer unpredictability are the main deterrents to the West's enemies,” Johnson wrote in a column for the Daily Mail. ” he said.
comment about 91 charges facing Trump The former prime minister said that in four criminal cases, “I was caught saying some unsuspecting things.''
But he said he “likes his style” and added: “I've heard that you could hear the black ice clinking at the cocktail party in Davos because the Wokratties of the world were shaking so violently.” he added.