“Trump Offers Candid Assessment of Biden’s Leadership Amidst Turbulent Times: ‘Lacks Understanding of His Actions”

In the midst of escalating global tensions, Former President Donald Trump expressed his belief that President Biden is ill-equipped to handle the challenges of leadership, describing the current period as one of the “most dangerous” in U.S. history.

“Look, this is the most dangerous time in the history of our country because of weaponry. The nuclear power is so enormous. This isn’t two Army tanks going and shooting each other in World War I, World War II, soldiers standing behind a bunker and shooting people,” Trump said during a sit-down interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo.

“This is obliteration,” Trump added in the interview, the second half of which aired Sunday on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

“And we have a man that doesn’t understand what he’s doing. We have a man that … stood up and told the whole world that we have no ammunition,“ Trump said. “Do you know I had every ammunition building full to the brim three years ago. We’ve given it all away. But if you gave it all away – terrible. The only thing worse than that is to tell the world. … He has told China and these other places that are hostile that we have no ammunition.”

“You talk about classified documents. That’s worse than any document that you could give,” Trump continued, referencing the federal indictment against him in regard to classified documents found during an FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago estate last year. “So, now these people are sitting back in China and other places that hate us, including North Korea, where I had a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un and kept our country safe. They’re talking about the United States of America has no ammunition. Think of it. How stupid can somebody be to say that?” 

During a recent CNN interview, President Biden inadvertently disclosed sensitive information while discussing the contentious decision to supply cluster bombs to Ukraine. He revealed that the United States is facing a shortage of 155mm artillery ammunition, triggering widespread outrage on social media. Many critics condemned the president for divulging such details about the state of American military reserves.

“It was a very difficult decision on my part. And by the way, I discussed this with our allies, discussed this with our friends up on the Hill,” Biden told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria on July 9, prior to traveling to Europe to attend the NATO conference in Lithuania. “And we’re in a situation where Ukraine continues to be brutally attacked across the board by munitions, by these cluster munitions that are – have DOD rates that are very, very low, very high, that are dangerous to civilians, No. 1.”

“No. 2, the Ukrainians are running out of ammunition. The ammunition that they to call them, 155 millimeter weapons,” Biden said. “This is a war relating to munitions and the running out of those that ammunition. And we’re low on. And so what I finally did and took the recommendation of the Defense Department to not permanently but to allow for in this transition period where we have more 155 weapons, these shells, for the Ukrainians.”

In response to the criticism directed at Biden’s interview, a White House official retracted the statement suggesting that the United States is facing an ammunition shortage.

“The military has specific requirements for the numbers of weapons systems and ammunition we maintain in our reserves in case of contingencies or military conflict,” a White House official previously told Fox News in a statement. “Everything we send to Ukraine is in excess of that. So, the U.S. is not running out of ammunition ourselves.”