Donald Trump explained the one thing Russia never would have done if he was President

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his army to invade Ukraine.

That war is now in its third month.

And Donald Trump explained the one thing Russia never would have done if he was President.

Donald Trump sat for a contentious interview with Piers Morgan for his new show on Fox News.

Much of the promotion for the interview centered on Morgan’s false claims that Donald Trump stormed out of the interview after he confronted him on his belief that Democrats stole the 2020 election.

But Morgan and Trump also conducted a substantive discussion on Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

Morgan gave Trump a chance to bat down the false claims in the corporate-controlled media that he was some kind of stooge for Putin.

“Would you agree with my assessment that Putin is now an evil, genocidal monster?” Morgan asked.

“Yeah, I do, sure. Who wouldn’t?” Trump answered.

Trump then detailed the horrors of the war that Putin launched.

“What’s happening is horrible, when you see rockets going into apartment buildings, and there are plenty of people in those buildings, you think they are empty like the people moved out, they didn’t move out, they wanted to stay because they think they are safe in their apartments,” Trump stated.

“Far more people are dead than you think, when I see all the death and all that destruction and it’s such a stupid war, because you had a country that was working, it had problems, lots of problems, but lots of countries have problems too, it was such a horrible waste to be doing it,” Trump added.

But then Trump pivoted to what he thought would have been different if he were President.

“But, I will tell you what I really think,” Trump stated.

Trump told Morgan the true tragedy was none of this would have happened if he was still President.

“Isn’t it a shame all those people are dead, all because of a rigged election. Because if our election wasn’t rigged, you would’ve had nobody dead,” Trump stated.

The historical record bears Trump out.

Putin invaded Georgia during George W. Bush’s Presidency in 2008.

Vladimir Putin annexed Crimea on Barack Obama’s watch in 2014.

And now Putin sought to seize control of Ukraine due to Joe Biden’s weakness.

The only President during whose term Putin never tried to invade another country was Donald Trump.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.