Donald Trump condemns Russian invasion of Ukraine as an ‘atrocity,’ blames Joe Biden

ORLANDO, Fla. — Former President Donald Trump spoke in opposition to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, referring to it as an “outrage and atrocity,” Saturday on the Conservative Political Motion Convention as he blamed his successor for the invasion and requested for prayers for the nation’s residents.

“Joe Biden has turned calm into chaos, competence into incompetence, stability into anarchy and safety into disaster,” Mr. Trump stated. “The Russian assault on Ukraine is appalling. It’s an outrage and an atrocity that ought to by no means have been allowed to happen. … We’re praying for the proud folks of Ukraine.”

Mr. Trump reasserted his claims of being the true victor of the 2020 election, claiming the title of being the one president by which Russia didn’t invade a nation.

“One understands this horrific catastrophe would by no means have occurred if our election was not rigged,” Mr. Trump stated.

The previous president drew cheers from the viewers in Orlando, Florida, as he capped the four-day convention.

Previous to Mr. Trump, a number of different conservative and GOP audio system took the stage, together with Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, Florida Sen. Rick Scott, and Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy.

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