In a statement on his social media site, Truth Social, three weeks ago, former President Trump warned of a nuclear war.
In January, US Vice President Joseph Biden said that Ukraine will get 31 modernized M1 Abrams tanks costing $400 million in the next months. Finally, a diplomatic impasse with Germany was resolved on the most efficient strategy to support Kyiv in its fight with Moscow.
As a result of the announcement, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov issued the following statement: “There are constant statements from European capitals and Washington that the sending of various weapons systems to Ukraine, including tanks, in no way signifies the involvement of these countries or the alliance in hostilities in Ukraine.”
“We categorically disagree with this, and in Moscow, everything that the alliance and the capitals I mentioned are doing is seen as direct involvement in the conflict. We see that this is growing,” he said in a press conference on Thursday.
We’re getting closer to finding out who will receive the GOP nominee to take on Biden and the Democrat-socialist machine in 2024.
According to the DC Enquirer, “Trump won yet another recent Republican primary poll, but this time in South Carolina, crushing all primary opponents by over 35 points, according to a recent Neighborhood Research and Media poll released on Wednesday.”
Trump came in first place with 35.1 percent, Gov. Ron DeSantis came in second place, over 13 points behind Trump, with 21.8 percent, and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley came in third place with a minor 16.4 percent.
Trump beat Biden with 46 percent, while Biden received 41 percent. 13 percent said they were unsure about who they’d vote for, according to a nationwide poll between Trump and President Joe Biden conducted by Harvard-Harris 2024.
According to a recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, the majority of Republicans want Trump to be the Republican nominee, while only 36 percent of Democrats want Biden to be the Democrat nominee.
With scandal after scandal consuming Biden’s administration, even 62 percent of Democrats reject him becoming the Democratic nominee.
According to an Emerson College survey, Trump has a 30-point advantage over his nearest opponent, with 55 percent support. DeSantis came in second place with 25% of the vote.
Trump continues to dominate among possible Republican candidates in surveys for 2024, thus any competitor aiming to unseat Him would have an uphill road. According to polls, he is the frontrunner to defeat Biden in the 2024 race.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
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