If I'm re-elected as president, I'll put a stop to the war between Russia and Ukraine in 24 hours.


If re-elected, former US president Donald Trump claimed he could put an end to the conflict in Ukraine in just one day.

"I don't consider success and failure. I think in terms of getting it settled," Trump remarked during a CNN town hall in the state of New Hampshire in front of an actual live audience.

"I want everyone to live longer. As they pass away. Ukrainians and Russians. I want their deaths to cease. And I'll get that done," Trump asserted, rejecting the position of the Republican establishment that supported Kyiv.

"I'll finish that in a day. I'll take care of it. To accomplish it, you must have presidential power, according to Trump.

Earlier at the town hall, Trump argued that direct negotiations with the leaders of Russia and Ukraine might end the conflict that broke out in February of last year.

I'll talk to Putin. I'm going to meet Zelensky. Both of them have advantages and disadvantages. And that conflict will be over in a day. It will end, Trump assured.

Trump later withheld his opinion on whether he thinks Putin is a war criminal for alleged crimes committed in Ukraine.

"If you say he's a war criminal, it's going to be a lot tougher to make a deal to get this thing stopped," he added.

"He's going to fight a lot harder than he's fighting under the other condition if he's going to be a war criminal because people are going to seize him and kill him. That will be covered in more detail later.

When pressed for more information, Trump responded, "His error was going in. If I were president, he would never have entered.

Despite having been criminally indicted and continuing to be the subject of numerous more investigations into serious claims, Trump, 76, has already declared his intention to make a comeback in 2024 and is the current front-runner to be the Republican Party's nominee.

Donald John Trump, an American politician, media figure, and businessman, was the 45th president of the United States from 2017 to 2021. He was born on June 14, 1946.

Trump earned a bachelor's degree from the Wharton School in 1968. In 1971, Donald took over as president of his father's real estate company and changed its name to the Trump Organization. He eventually created side businesses, largely by licensing his name, and expanded its operations to include developing and restoring skyscrapers, lodging facilities, gaming establishments, and golf courses. He co-produced and served as host of the reality television program The Apprentice from 2004 until 2015. More than 4,000 state and federal court cases against Trump and his companies have been filed, including six bankruptcies.

Populist, protectionist, and isolationist all been used to define Trump's political stances.

nationalist, too. Despite coming in second to Hillary Clinton in the popular vote, he defeated her to become the Republican nominee for president in 2016. He was the first American president who had never served in the military or government. Multiple protests were provoked by his election and policies. It was determined by the 2017–2019 special counsel inquiry that Russia meddled in the 2016 election to support Trump's victory. Trump, to a degree unheard of in American politics, fostered conspiracies and made several false and misleading claims during his campaigns and presidency. His acts and remarks have frequently been criticized for being misogynistic and having racial overtones.

Trump announced a travel ban on citizens of numerous nations with a majority of Muslims, redirected military resources to erect a wall along the border between the United States and Mexico, and instituted a policy of separating families for migrants who were caught. In a determined effort to undercut environmental protections, he reversed more than 100 environmental laws and regulations. Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which reduced taxes for both individuals and corporations and repealed the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate penalty. Three justices of the U.S. Supreme Court and 54 federal appellate judges were appointed by him. Trump started a trade battle with China, removed the US from the Iran nuclear deal, the Paris Climate Agreement, and the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement. Trump had three meetings with Kim Jong Un of North Korea, but little progress was achieved toward denuclearization. He ignored or denied the COVID-19 pandemic, responded cautiously to it. In his communications, he included a number of recommendations from health professionals and propagated false information regarding experimental treatments and the need for testing.

Trump was defeated by Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election in the United States, but he refused to accept defeat. Instead, he falsely accused there had been widespread electoral fraud, and he tried to overturn the outcome by exerting pressure on elected officials, filing numerous unsuccessful legal challenges, and obstructing the presidential transition. Trump instructed his supporters to march to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, where several of them stormed it, killing several people and halting the electoral vote tally.

Only Trump has had two attempts at impeachment against an American president. Following his attempt to persuade Ukraine to look into Biden in 2019, he was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress and found not guilty by the Senate in February 2020. Trump was impeached by the House.

He was arrested a second time in January 2021 for inciting an uprising, but the Senate freed him in February. The House January 6 Committee recommended filing criminal charges against Trump for obstruction of justice, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and inciting or aiding an insurrection in December 2022. Trump is regarded by academics and historians as one of the worst presidents in American history.

Trump has stayed actively involved in the Republican Party ever since he left office. He made his bid for the Republican presidential nomination for the 2024 election official in November 2022. Trump became the first former president of the United States to be charged with a crime when a Manhattan grand jury indicted him on 34 felony counts of fraud in March 2023. He pled not guilty to all charges.

early years

An image of Donald Trump as a young man in a dark pseudo-military outfit with a light-colored stripe crossing his right shoulder, smiling, is shown in black and white.

1964 saw Trump attend the New York Military Academy.

In the New York City borough of Queens, at Jamaica Hospital, Donald John Trump was born on June 14, 1946 the fourth child of Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, a Scots immigrant, and Fred Trump, a real estate magnate who was born in the Bronx and whose parents were German immigrants. In the Jamaica Estates district of Queens, where he was raised alongside his older siblings Maryanne, Fred Jr., and Elizabeth as well as his younger brother Robert, Trump went to the private Kew-Forest School from kindergarten through sixth grade.At the age of thirteen, he joined at the New He attended the exclusive boarding school York Military Academy before enrolling at Fordham University in 1964. He transferred to the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School two years later and earned a B.S. in economics there in May 1968.[9][10] Trump's attorney Michael Cohen threatened the College Board, Trump's high school, and other institutions with legal action in 2015 if they disclosed Trump's academic records.

During the Vietnam War era, Trump was granted four student draft deferments while in college. In 1966, a medical evaluation determined that he was healthy enough to serve in the military, and in July 1968, a local draft board determined that he was qualified to do so He received the conditional medical deferral classification of 1-Y in October 1968 and was reclassified as 4-F for bone problems in 1972.


Article focus: Donald Trump's family

Trump wed the Czech model Ivana Zelnkov√° in 1977. Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric were their three children, born in 1977, 1981, and 1984 respectively. In 1988, Ivana formally became a citizen of the US Following Trump's romance with actress Marla Maples, the couple were divorced in 1990. 1993 saw the union of Trump and Maples, and 1999 saw their divorce. Tiffany, their only child, was reared in California by Marla and was born in 1993. Trump wed Slovenian beauty Melania Knauss in 2005. Barron, their only child, was born in 2006. In 2006, Melania became a citizen of the United States.


In 1959, Trump was confirmed at the First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, Queens, where he also attended Sunday school. His parents became members of the Marble Collegiate Church in the 1970s. in Manhattan, which is a part of the American Reformed Church.Norman Vincent Peale, the pastor at Marble,[23] served the family until his passing in 1993 He has been compared to a mentor by Trump.[26] The church claimed in 2015 that Trump was not a participating member. He appointed televangelist Paula White, his personal pastor, to the White House Office of Public Liaison in 2019 He claimed to be a non-denominational Christian in 2020.

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