Zelensky turns against Trump to help Biden's re-election
Ukraine's President Zelensky apparently expects his bread will best be buttered by the anti-Trump cabal. How else to explain his attack on the former president, expressing fear of his re-election?
Asked how he felt about Donald Trump, Zelensky admitted that he was more comfortable with dealing with Biden and that the return of a Republican-led government could end up being difficult for his war effort.
"President Biden is the president during a full-scale war and he has been more helpful to us than President Trump," Zelensky told the interviewer, qualifying the statement by noting that there "was no full-scale war" going on while Trump was in office.
Zelensky, in a rarely seen coat and tie for his presidential inauguration in 2019 (Ukrainan government photo).
Zelensky must have been turned by Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), who, in September 2019, warned him to stay away from President Trump — and not interfere in American politics. (Murphy, back then, pushed for impeachment based on the once-classified Trump-Zelensky phone chat, forced into the open by Lt. Col. Vindman, the weasel.)
But that warning clearly meant: don't help Trump against Biden; feel free to join us in undermining Trump, as President Obama helped undermine your former president Viktor Yanukovych. The hypocrisy is nauseating.
Compare Zelensky's palsy-walsy tone suggested by the transcript of his phone chat with President Trump that the anti-Trump insurrectionists used for impeachment. Note that President Trump was justified to ask Zelensky's help in exposing the Biden family's corrupt practices in Ukraine.