Donald Trump had been making the claim for a while, initially to some skepticism.
Now, a new poll has shown that America absolutely agrees with what the mainstream media initially tried to mock Donald for.
Russia would NOT have invaded Ukraine if Donald Trump was still the American President.
The poll, conducted by Harvard Center for American Political Studies, revealed on February 25 that 62% of respondents believe that Donald Trump as president would have prevented Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
Splitting the figure along party lines, 85% of Republicans and 38% of Democrats held that belief.
Not only do people think that Trump would have prevented the situation, nearly 60% of America believes that Joe Biden is actually encouraging Russia to run amok because of the weakness he radiates.
According to The Hill:
A majority of Americans polled — 59 percent — also said they believed that the Russian president moved on Ukraine because Putin saw weakness in President Biden, while 41 percent said that it was not a factor in Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine.
The poll results prove that Donald’s claims about the war were more than just hot air.
“I knew that he always wanted Ukraine. I used to talk to him about it. I said, ‘You can’t do it. You’re not gonna do it.’ But I could see that he wanted it. I used to ask him. We used to talk about it at length,” Donald said. “Had I been in office, not even thinkable. This would never have happened.”
Biden also tried to tell Putin not to invade Ukraine, back in December 2021.
Putin didn’t listen.