US President Biden became aggressive, called Putin dictator and thug
The Russian attack in Ukraine has enraged US Vice President Joe Biden. His outrage grew to the point where he slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin. Vladimir Putin, the autocratic ruler of Russia, he claimed, is a murderous dictator and a complete liar. Let us remind you that US President Joe Biden had previously called Putin a war criminal. Joe Biden made the latest remarks while speaking at the annual Friends of Ireland luncheon on Capitol Hill on St. Patrick’s Day. During this time, Biden stated that Putin is a murderous dictator and a thug who is waging an immoral war against the Ukrainian people. At the same time, Biden recently told Irish Senator Michael Martin that Putin’s cruelty and everything he and his army are doing in Ukraine is against humanity.
Zelensky issues a warning to Russian soldiers, reminding them of the events of 2014.
President Volodymyr Zelensky concluded his speech by warning Russian troops, comparing the conflict to the 2014 conflict. People who come here used to think they were going to Ukraine, which they had seen in 2014-2015, which they had corrupted and which they were not afraid of, but that has changed now. Only because of this shift have we been able to withstand Russia’s all-out assault for the past 22 days. This is the strength we’ve built up over the years to defend ourselves. Because the war is still going on, we can’t say what our strategy is. Ukraine’s negotiating strategy was not explained by Zelensky. We believe that working in silence is preferable to watching television, listening to the radio, or checking Facebook.
Putin could threaten to use nuclear weapons, according to the Pentagon.
According to the US Defense Department, Vladimir Putin may threaten to use nuclear weapons if the war continues. Parts of Ukrainian territory are at risk of prolonged occupation, according to Lieutenant General Scott Barrier, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, in a summary of his new 67-page article on global threats. The number of Russian forces and their modern weapons arsenal could be reduced, but the ensuing economic embargo would leave Russia in a state of long-term economic depression and diplomatic isolation.