- Marie Yovanovitch wrote that she missing her urge for food while looking at Trump’s 2018 presser with Putin.
- It was “a spectacle that still left observers pondering the depths to which Trump had sunk,” she wrote.
- “God only appreciates what Trump stated” to Putin in personal, the former Ukraine ambassador wrote.
The US’s previous ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, writes in her new guide that she dropped her appetite and couldn’t complete her french fries though observing then President Donald Trump’s joint press convention with Russian chief Vladimir Putin in 2018.
Yovanovitch was serving as the US’s ambassador to Ukraine when Trump and Putin held a bilateral summit in Helsinki in 2018. At the time, she writes in her memoir, “Classes From the Edge,” the US Navy was conducting maritime physical exercises with Ukraine in a display of solidarity from Russia’s aggression.
“It was rather a exhibit, and as I watched the exhibit of US sea electrical power and management … I was happy to be an American,” the ebook states.
But the same day, Trump held “what turned out to be a disastrous assembly with President Putin in Helsinki,” she carries on. “The summit wrapped up with a joint press meeting involving the two leaders, a spectacle that still left observers pondering the depths to which Trump experienced sunk in his pandering to Putin.”
“I watched the notorious Trump-Putin push conference at my Odesa hotel that night though pecking at room-service french fries,” the e-book states. “I speedily misplaced my hunger as I observed our president