Donald Trump Vows Not To Support Ukraine Financially If He Wins Election

"If Europeans are afraid of the Russians or want to have a high level of security in general, they have to pay for it. Either by building their own army and equipment or by paying the Americans a price, the price of security."

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Donald Trump Vows Not To Support Ukraine Financially When He Wins Election.

Donald Trump has expressed his “quite detailed plans” to end the war in Ukraine during a recent meeting with Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán. However, Trump made it clear that he would not provide any financial support to Ukraine in its fight against Russia.

The meeting between the two leaders took place in Florida and was described as a “social meeting” by Trump’s campaign. They discussed various issues affecting both Hungary and the United States, with a focus on the importance of strong and secure borders to protect the sovereignty of each nation.

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During the meeting, Trump shared his vision for ending the war in Ukraine, which aligns with Hungary’s interests. Orbán praised Trump’s clear stance, stating, “He has a very clear vision that is hard to disagree with. He says the following: first, he will not give a single penny for the Russo-Ukrainian war.”

Orbán believes that without financial support from the United States and Europe, Ukraine will not be able to sustain the war effort. He emphasized that if the Americans do not provide funding, the Europeans alone will not be able to finance the war. As a result, the war will come to an end.

Trump’s position reflects his belief that the United States should not be responsible for funding Europe’s security.

Orbán further explained, “If Europeans are afraid of the Russians or want to have a high level of security in general, they have to pay for it. Either by building their own army and equipment or by paying the Americans a price, the price of security.”

It is important to note that Hungary has previously faced criticism from the West for blocking the European Union’s efforts to send aid to Ukraine. This action has been interpreted by some as a show of support for Russia and its President, Vladimir Putin.

Orbán has also opposed EU sanctions on Russian oil and gas.

Following their meeting, Trump praised Orbán as a “fantastic leader.” The Hungarian Prime Minister’s support for Trump and his policies has been consistent, with Orbán previously stating that the “world would be a better place” if Trump returned to power.

While Trump’s stance on not providing funding to Ukraine may be controversial, it aligns with his broader approach to international relations and his belief in prioritizing American interests.

As the election approaches, it remains to be seen how Trump’s position on Ukraine will be received by voters and the international community at large.

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