WASHINGTON, D.C. (Newsource) – Former President Donald Trump is positioning himself as a peacekeeper, as he officially begins another White House run. His announcement comes as President Joe Biden conducts peacekeeping of his own.
Biden says G-Seven and NATO leaders agree: they want to investigate an explosion that left two dead in Poland before responding to it.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said the missile that killed two people in eastern Poland on Tuesday was likely fired by Ukrainian forces defending against a wave of Russian missile strikes, and that the incident appeared to be an accident.
“There is no indication that this was an intentional attack on Poland. Most likely, it was a Russian-made S-300 rocket,” Duda said in a tweet Wednesday. He later told a press conference that there was a “high chance” it was an air defense missile from the Ukrainian side and likely had fallen on Polish territory in “an accident” while intercepting incoming Russian missiles.
Duda’s comments were in line with those of two officials briefed on initial US assessments, who told CNN it appears the missile that originated in Ukraine, even though it was Russian-made.
Meanwhile, a man who’s questioned the need for NATO and the G-Seven announced last night: he’s running for President again.
Former President Donald Trump painted a rosy picture of his time in office.
Biden’s team responded to trump’s announcement with a video on twitter.
It references the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia and the storming of the U.S. Capitol.