Top Official Says The World Needs Trump Now More Than Ever

Nigel Farage, leader of the Brexit campaign, has said that Trump, under his first term as president, was a peacemaker and that the globe needs him to reclaim the presidency and stop the conflicts that began under Joe Biden’s administration.

From his platform at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in DC on February 21, Nigel Farage emphasized the significance of a Trump presidency in resolving the global crises caused by the ongoing wars in Ukraine and the Middle East.

According to Farage, the world could benefit from Trump’s presence now more than ever. Even those who criticize him would acknowledge his role as a peacemaker in foreign policy. Given his track record as a great peacemaking president, We could benefit from having him back on the world stage soon.  The Trump Administration implemented the Abraham Accords, which marked the start of Israel’s establishment of bilateral relations with several Arab states. Saudi Arabia was close to becoming a member of that group, which is why Hamas launched an attack on October 7th.

Farage said in January that the world is becoming a more dangerous place without him leading the country and that Russia would never have invaded Ukraine had Donald Trump been in office.

Farage isn’t the only one who thinks this way.  In February, Viktór Orban, Hungary’s prime minister, said that Trump is the only international leader powerful enough to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.

During an appearance with Tucker Carlson in Budapest, Hungary, Viktor Orbán expressed his desire for an early peace settlement to solve the Ukraine conflict. However, he acknowledged that this would most likely be achievable with Donald Trump’s return to the White House.

In 2019, The European Union ultimately increased its defense budget in response to Trump’s tough language, according to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who thanked Trump for helping secure an extra $100 billion for the alliance.

Farage stated in February that there was a debate in Europe that Trump would blow up NATO.  He doesn’t believe a word of it, he said.  To him, it was only fitting that NATO countries chip in what they agreed to.