NEWS ALERT: Zelensky admits fear of Trump 2024 before begging for more US missile systems

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky admitted that he is afraid of a possible return of Donald Trump to the White House in 2024, before begging for more American-made Patriot missile systems.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Volodymyr Zelensky admitted he has concerns about the possible re-election of Donald Trump next year, saying that he was unsure how exactly the Republican leader would have reacted had Russia invaded during his presidency.

The Ukrainian head-of-state also praised the response of the Biden administration, which has regularly handed over billions of dollars worth of weapons aid to the Eastern European nation since Moscow’s invasion began last year.

“President Biden is the president during a full-scale war and he has been more helpful to us than President Trump,” Zelensky told the WSJ.

“In a situation like this, when there is support, you are afraid of changes,” Zelensky added.

“And to be honest, when you mention a change of administration, I feel the same way as any other person—you want changes for the better, but it can also be the other way around,” he added.

Zelensky also said he couldn’t understand Trump’s claim he could end the war in 24 hours.

The Ukrainian president claimed to be grateful to US for supplying weapons systems, but complained that deliveries should be faster and in greater numbers. He implied that failure to do so costs lives.

Zelensky demanded more Patriot missile batteries—which consist of several launchers, a powerful radar, a control station and other support equipment, the outlet reported.

Ukraine currently has two Patriot batteries, but Zelensky said he would like as many as 50.

Breitbart reported that the Biden administration having earmarked around $37 billion worth of security assistance to Ukraine, though billions more of American taxpayer dollars have been sent in other forms of aid.

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