Trump Says Germany Soon Will Not Have a Country

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Germany could soon cease to exist as a country amid the escalating energy crisis, former US president Donald Trump has suggested. 

During a rally in Youngstown, Ohio on Saturday, Trump tore into his successor in the White House, taking aim at Biden’s energy policy and the so-called Green New Deal.

The Republican firebrand claimed that, although under his rule the US had become independent in terms of energy and on track to become “totally dominant… bigger than Saudi Arabia and Russia combined,” Joe Biden has since reduced the US to “begging for energy.”

Trump then went on to cite Germany’s sorry state of affairs in this area. According to the ex-president, he warned then-Chancellor Angela Merkel that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which was supposed to pump Russian gas to Germany, would make Berlin even more dependent on Russian energy exports.

Trump said he had sent the “white flag of surrender” to Angela Merkel when she refused to ditch the project.

“If you are getting 72% of your energy from Russia, here’s the white flag, because you will be surrendering very quickly,” the former US head of state recounted his own warning to Merkel.

He proceeded to cite the “bad things” which have happened between Berlin and Moscow in the past as proof that Germany should not have relied so heavily on Russia.

The former US president concluded by saying that “Germany now is going back to the old-fashioned stuff, including coal,” despite its previous pledges to go green.

“But they have no choice, they won’t have a country, they won’t have a country left,” Trump warned cryptically, before returning to the topic of domestic politics again.

What is Germany even doing?

Do they think they’re great resetting the population?

Because they’re just not going to have a country at all.

Trump also teased that he’s going to announce his presidential run soon.

Here’s the full rally.