Biden loses allies after talking about Putin

US allies have turned away from the White House after harsh statements about the Russian president
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US President Joe Biden’s undiplomatic statements about Russian leader Vladimir Putin during a speech in Warsaw caused sharp discontent among US allies. Bloomberg columnist Tony Chuchka writes about this.

According to the journalist, European partners have expressed concern, and critics said that Biden is further fueling tensions with Russia. The columnist notes that the allies warned Biden against inciting a potentially dangerous confrontation with Moscow. French President Emmanuel Macron and the British government, in turn, have tried to distance themselves from his shocking speech, the columnist said.

Earlier, Biden said that Putin could not stay in power, and Russia will not win a special operation in Ukraine. Later, the White House had to apologize for the emotional statement of the American leader, assuring that it was not about a change of government in Russia, according to RT. The president himself also declined to comment. However, observers for the British newspaper The Times have suggested that Biden’s insults may be the most serious mistake in the president’s career. In addition, according to the former head of the CIA, General David Petraeus, the United States will have problems because of the unrestrained statements of their leader.

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US President Joe Biden’s undiplomatic statements about Russian leader Vladimir Putin during a speech in Warsaw caused sharp discontent among US allies. Bloomberg columnist Tony Chuchka writes about this. According to the journalist, European partners have expressed concern, and critics said that Biden is further fueling tensions with Russia. The columnist notes that the allies warned Biden against inciting a potentially dangerous confrontation with Moscow. French President Emmanuel Macron and the British government, in turn, have tried to distance themselves from his shocking speech, the columnist said. Earlier, Biden said that Putin could not stay in power, and Russia will not win a special operation in Ukraine. Later, the White House had to apologize for the emotional statement of the American leader, assuring that it was not about a change of government in Russia, according to RT. The president himself also declined to comment. However, observers for the British newspaper The Times have suggested that Biden’s insults may be the most serious mistake in the president’s career. In addition, according to the former head of the CIA, General David Petraeus, the United States will have problems because of the unrestrained statements of their leader.

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