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Russia, Angered by Biden’s Comments, Demands Apology from USA

The relationship between these two superpowers is changing rapidly in 2021.

The long-cold war between the USA and Russia continues to heat up in 2021, after President Joe Biden took an ugly shot at Russian dictator President Vladimir Putin.

After US intelligence agencies revealed that Putin and the Kremlin were again involved in attempts to influence the US election in 2020, (after having been accused of the same thing just 4 years earlier), Joe Biden took to the airwaves to claim that Putin will be countered, and “shortly”.

When asked later if he though Putin was “a killer”, Biden simply stated, “I do”, which has now led to more international uproar.

A senior member of Russia’s parliament on Thursday said the U.S. should apologize after President Biden said he agreed that Russian President Vladimir Putin was a killer, and the official indicated that the Kremlin could take additional action after recalling its ambassador to the U.S.

Reuters reported that Konstantin Kosachyov, the deputy chairman of the parliament’s upper house, called Biden’s answer a watershed moment in the relationship between the two countries. He said such a comment “is not allowed from the mouth of a statesman of such a rank.”

Putin and his Russian government has fully denied that they’ve committed any wrongdoing, and have stated that these US intel reports are wholly erroneous.


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