Donald Trump is against swapping Brittany Griner for a merchant of death
TeaThe Agreement That Will See The Imprisoned WNBA Star Brittany Griner Passes returned from Moscow in exchange for a Russian arms dealer are not approved Donald Trump,
US offers prisoner swap to Russia for release of former US Marine Paul Whalem And grinner because, in the U.S. According to, grinner And Vellum Both were wrongly imprisoned in Russia.
US reportedly ready to trade Russian arms dealer victor boutAlso known as the ‘Merchant of Death’, who is currently serving a 25-year prison sentence in the USA.
What has Donald Trump said about Brittany Griner?
Still, the former President trump If he was still the President, he would not have signed it.
“She knew you didn’t go out there full of drugs, and she accepted it,” trump Clay Travis and Buck Sexton are stated on the show.
“I think he accepted it without too much force because it is what it is, and it certainly doesn’t sound like a very good trade, does it?
“He is absolutely one of the worst people in the world, and he is being given his freedom because a potentially bad person is in Russia full of drugs.
“She was in a hostile area full of drugs, where they are very cautious about drugs.
“He doesn’t like drugs. And she got caught. And now we’re gonna take her out, and she makes a lot of money, I guess.
“We’re gonna take him out for an outright assassin and one of the biggest arms dealers in the world who killed many Americans, many people.”
What happened to Brittany Griner?
grinnerThe two-time Olympic gold medalist and WNBA champion was detained in Russia in February after customs officials at an airport near Moscow discovered vapors that contained hashish oil in her luggage.
grinnerWho could face up to 10 years in prison, entered a guilty plea earlier this month, saying he did so “to take full responsibility for his actions”, according to his legal team.
Although talks have taken place between the Kremlin and US officials, a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova Earlier this week it was said that “no results have come yet”.
“We proceed from the notion that the interests of both sides should be taken into account during negotiations,” she said.