President Donald J. Trump recently spoke on the radio program “Cats At Night” about his worrisome views over a number of things, including the possibility of World War Three. The program airs on WABC Radio in New York City on weekday nights from 5 PM to 6 PM. John Catsimatidis is the host, and it is broadcast globally.
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During the program, Trump admitted to Catimatidis that his worries about a future world war kept him up at night. He also claimed that if he had been elected president, the Democrats and RINOS who are responsible for so much of the world’s misery would not have invaded Ukraine.
Trump stated on the program, “I think we could end up in World War III,” citing the conflict between Russia and Ukraine as the basis for his analysis. He also expressed alarm over the escalating dispute over Taiwan’s island status and its independence from the Chinese Community Party.
Trump was also thinking about the “wreck” that Letitia James has turned into, the state attorney general who has exploited her position for no other reason than to avenge Trump for being a successful conservative president.
After she pursued accusations against him for fraud in his business transactions that were nothing more than a petulant temper tantrum and very corrupt, Trump called James a “horror show” and blamed her for an exodus from the state.
Trump criticized the host of the program for her concern with social justice at a time when crime in the city was completely out of control, saying that “rich people” were leaving New York as a result of James.
“He said that due to nuclear power, the world is the most dangerous it’s ‘ever’ been, as the former president warned that international affairs are spelling doom, Katelyn Caralle reported about the interesting inverter for The Daily Mail, adding about what especially keeps Trump up at night:
“To be throwing around the word cavalierly like nuclear is a very bad time. A very bad time for this country and a very bad and a very dangerous time for the world.”
On the broadcast that evening, Trump added that Vladimir Putin would not have invaded Ukraine if he were in the White House. Putin, he claimed, began to question American leadership following President Joe Biden’s disastrous exit from Afghanistan last summer.
Regarding the Afghanistan fiasco, Trump remarked, “I think it was the most embarrassing and horrible moment – just about the most embarrassing moment in the history of our country, I think Putin saw that,” adding this about Putin:
In the unlikely event that he is still in office, Trump stated, “But he would have never done it, that would have never been a problem. He was not going to go into Ukraine, and he understood the consequences.’
‘What’s happened in Ukraine should have never ever happened,’ Trump continued.
Russia has been attacking Ukraine for seven months, and on Tuesday, the Kremlin held a vote that allows Moscow to annex a portion of the country in Eastern Europe.
James was accused of fraud after she filed charges against him for his business ties with the Trump Organization, and Trump also had some harsh words for him.
“We have murderers going down – walking down the street. It’s just horrible. She’s a horror show, she’s so bad,’ Trump said of James’ leadership. ‘She doesn’t care about violent crime.”
He said on the 77 WABC radio show Cats at Night, ‘She doesn’t care about anything except trying to use Trump’s name to get elected. And she’s a disaster and everybody knows that. She’s done a terrible job.’
Trump will run for president once more in 2024, according to the roundtable discussion on the radio program.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“While the former president has not formally announced another bid for the White House, he has repeatedly said at rallies and in interviews that his base will be happy with his decisions coming very soon,”The Daily Mail reported, adding:
‘He’s running, no doubt about it,’ one-panel member told Catsimatidis. ‘He’s talking like a candidate. CONTINUE READING…