Boris Johnson Praises Donald Trump

Written by Henrik Rothen

Jan.22 - 2024 11:19 AM CET

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Boris Johnson Praises Donald Trump.

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In a surprising turn of events, former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has openly commended Donald Trump, the controversial contender for the U.S. presidency. While much of the Western world is apprehensive about the prospect of Donald Trump returning as the President of the United States, Boris Johnson's stance is strikingly different.

In his weekly column for the Daily Mail, Johnson expresses his belief that Trump's potential re-entry into the White House is "exactly what the world needs right now."

This statement comes despite Trump's repeated indications that he might consider cutting support for Ukraine, currently at war with Russia. Such a move has understandably caused unease throughout Europe.

Dispelling Fears

However, Johnson confidently asserts there is nothing to fear.

He writes, "I simply cannot believe that Trump would turn his back on the Ukrainians. On the contrary." Boris Johnson, who stepped down from his role as Prime Minister in June 2023, advocates for an American leader who is willing to exercise power and unpredictability, which he believes would be a significant deterrent to the West's adversaries.

Trump's Peace Negotiation Claims Trump has previously claimed that he could halt the war in Ukraine within 24 hours, boasting of his capabilities as a peace negotiator.

He asserts that he could bring together Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyj and Vladimir Putin to reach a peace agreement.

Zelenskyj's Invitation to Kiev In an intriguing development, Zelenskyj extended an invitation to Donald Trump to visit the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.

This invitation was made during an interview with Channel 4 News, where Zelenskyj said,

"Yes, please, Donald Trump - I invite you to Ukraine." The Ukrainian President's gesture highlights the ongoing international interest and complexities surrounding the conflict in Ukraine.

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