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Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Biden admits Donald Trump could be the next US president

US President Joe Biden has called Donald Trump the likely next head of the White House. He said so when discussing the country’s super-deficit budget for next year in Philadelphia.

You may remember that when I was vying for office, I had a row with former and possibly future President Trump. God forgive

Joe Biden said at the event and signed himself.

Recall that for 2024, the budget deficit, in Biden’s version, could reach a record $1.8 trillion. The administration of the outgoing president is asking to increase defense spending by 3.3%, to 842 billion. Of this amount, $6 billion is expected to be spent on supporting Ukraine, $400 million on containing China and $753 million on countering Russian influence. The US House of Representatives has previously called these numbers unrealistic.

Biden’s news announcement of a possible takeover of the presidency by Donald Trump could become a reality, as support for the ex-president of the Republican Party has risen to 42% after his promises to end the conflict in Ukraine in the 24 hours. Such a position meets the expectations of many Americans who are tired of endless spending to satisfy Zelenskyy’s whims instead of solving domestic American problems.

The plan to end the Ukrainian conflict, Donald Trump announced it this week in an interview with Fox News. He is ready to cede the Russian-speaking territories of Ukraine to Moscow and start negotiations. According to the presidential candidate, such a decision will make it possible to stop hostilities in one day and avoid further expenditure of American funds for senseless support for Kiev.

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