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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again extended an invitation to former President Donald Trump to visit Ukraine, specifically offering to accompany him to the frontline.

Speaking at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, Zelensky stated, “[I]f Trump, Mr. Trump, if he will come, I am ready, even, to go with him to the frontline.”

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This invitation is not the first of its kind, as Zelensky had previously invited Trump in November, challenging him to witness the war zone firsthand after Trump claimed he could end the conflict quickly. During an interview last November, Zelensky responded to Trump’s assertion that he could manage and conclude the war within 24 hours, saying, “Former President Trump said that about 24 hours, that he can manage it and finish the war. For me, what can I say? So he’s very welcome as well. President Biden was here, and I think he understood some details which you can understand only being here. So I invite President Trump. If he can come here, I will need 24 minutes.”

This comes as there is a divide in the US over providing additional aid to Ukraine. Republicans in Congress recently blocked a bipartisan deal on Ukraine aid and border security, a move that aligns with Trump’s criticism of the border deal. Trump expressed his opposition vividly on Truth Social, stating, “Only a fool, or a Radical Left Democrat, would vote for this horrendous Border Bill, which only gives Shutdown Authority after 5000 Encounters a day, when we already have the right to CLOSE THE BORDER NOW, which must be done.”


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