Zelensky says he is worried about Trump39s eventual return

Zelensky says he is worried about Trump's eventual return

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky (Photo), said he was worried about the possible return of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States next year. In an interview with Channel 4 News, he said he feared the Republican would do so Agreements that favor Russia to the detriment of Ukraine's interests.

Zelensky also said he was thinking about Trump's statement that he could do this End the war in 24 hours.

“Even if it’s your idea [de acabar com a guerra] What no one has heard of it yet doesn't work for us, for our people, he will do everything to implement his idea anyway. And that worries me,” he added.

He explained further would invite Trump to visit Ukrainebut only if the former president keeps his promise to end the war.

“Donald Trump, I invite you to Ukraine, to Kiev. If you can stop the war for 24 hours, I think that will be enough,” he said.

In September, Trump said he would run for president if reelected would solve the war in 24 hoursHowever, he refused to describe his peace plan in more detail: “If I tell you exactly, I will lose all my negotiating chips,” he said at the time.

“I mean, you can't really say exactly what you're going to do. But I would say certain things to Putin. “I would say certain things to Zelensky,” the Republican said.

Putin wants Trump

Fiona Hill, a former US National Security Council official and expert on Russian and European affairs, recently explained why Wladimir Putin I would look forward to it Return of former President Donald Trump to the United States government.

From 2017 to 2019, Hill served as senior national security adviser in the Trump White House. In 2013 she published Mr. Putin: Agent in the Kremlin.

Fiona Hill commented on the relations between the Russian leader and the former President of the United States on the One Decision podcast:

“You know, obviously Putin has had Trump's number for some time, he knows how to manipulate him… He's very good at the art of flattery to Trump. He sees Trump as an asset in many ways.”