Fmr U.S. Amb to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch Says Trump Would've Prevented War - And That's A Bad ThingChris Menahan
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Marie Yovanovitch, the former US Ambassador to Ukraine under Trump who testified against him during the 2019 impeachment trial, hilariously stumbled into admitting that if Trump was in office he would have averted the war diplomatically -- but then pivoted into insisting that's a bad thing.
The remarkable exchange, which took place Saturday on PBS, was highlighted by Michael Tracey:
MARGARET HOOVER: President Trump has claimed that this invasion quote never would have happened in the Trump administration. I've heard that you have also suggested that Putin might not have gone to war if Trump was still in office. And you said quote, you don't need to go to war if you're getting everything you want through other means. Tell me what you meant by that.Another victory secured for our foreign policy establishment!
Take that, John Mearsheimer!
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