President Trump called-out his predecessor at a joint press conference with the British Prime Minister Friday; saying Vladimir Putin wouldn’t have invaded the Ukraine if he were president at the time.
Trump was speaking alongside Theresa May when he was asked to comment on his upcoming summit with the Russian President in Helsinki next week, saying “I think we could have a very good relationship with President Putin.”
The President was then asked to weigh-in on Putin’s invasion of Crimea years ago, adding “I don’t think he would have done that if I were president.”
“He took over Crimea during the Obama administration. … This was an Obama disaster, and if I were president then, he would not have taken over Crimea,” he added.
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