Trump does ‘lighting round’ with Hannity, gives thoughts on Biden, Putin and more

In an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, former President Donald Trump shared his greatest accomplishments during his time in office and offered his thoughts on several key political figures.

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Explaining, Trump said, “Now I say, what did you do that was great? You rebuilt our military. You made the biggest tax cuts in history. You built the greatest economy in the history of the world.”HannityHow his accomplishments contributed to America’s success during his presidency.

“I did things—the greatest thing in world history, in fact, and we started to get along on the other side. Far-left people were calling me to lunch. African-Americans, Hispanics, Asian-Americans, and everybody had a job. Everyone.” We were thriving. A lot more jobs than you have today,” he said.

The former president also spoke about his relations with senior politicians and world leaders, many of whom the United States is currently experiencing tension.

regarding it Relationship with the Russian president Trump, Vladimir Putin, explained that the two got along “wonderfully.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, June 5, 2019. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhinina/Pool

Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, June 5, 2019. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhinina/Pool (Reuters / Evgenia Novozhinina / Paul).

Trump emphasized this by saying, “If I were president, he would be better off because he wouldn’t have gone to Ukraine,” and went on to say that Putin would “eventually take over all of Ukraine.”

China President Xi Jinping Also, according to Trump, he was a leader with whom he got on well.

“You got along great with it until COVID came along, and we were able to work very well together. You made an incredible deal for our farmers and manufacturers, where China was giving us $50 billion a year to our farmers and manufacturers,” the former president explained.

Trump also stressed the importance of his relationship with the North Korean dictator Kim Jong Unsaying that “when someone has nuclear weapons that can blow up the world, it’s nice to get along with it. I got along with it.”

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When asked about his opinion of President Biden and his performance in office so far, Trump conveyed his “disappointment” at what happened to America.

“I’m so disappointed in what happened to the country. I mean, the country, we were respected all over the world. Now we’re a laughing stock.”

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