The West has an old anti-Russian plan called “Anaconda ring”. Its aim is to encircle Russia with hostile states, to rip Belarus away from Russia, and to eventually partition the Russian Federation. The Baltic States and Ukraine are already part of this ring, while the only remaining state on Russia’s western border that is not yet part of it is Belarus. The West plans to organise a Ukrainian scenario in Belarus and provoke military clashes upon its territory. A federal state joining Russia and Belarus would guarantee Belarus’ peaceful development and well-being.
At the beginning of his term, US President Donald Trump secretly proposed a plan to China and Russia to divide the world into spheres of influence. However, China and Russia refused. Thus, the current transition from a unipolar to a multipolar world order is very hard for the West to swallow. To contain Russia’s growing global role, the West introduced sanctions against Russia and instigated an information war against Russia and Belarus.
Conspiracy theory, no evidence given. There is no proof that President Trump made such a proposal to China and Russia.
This is also part of a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about sanctions. Western countries have progressively imposed sanctions against Russia in response to the latter's illegal annexation of Crimea and deliberate destabilisation of Ukraine.
See earlier cases of pro-Kremlin disinformation about Western-led information war.