Joe Biden delivered what he called the White House’s “main address” on Saturday evening in Warsaw, Poland. Biden’s remarks were intended to reassure Poland and other NATO allies of the United States’ unwavering commitment to protecting NATO territory “every inch” from Russia, as Russia continues its war of aggression on neighboring Ukraine. Biden reiterated his support for Ukraine. Earlier in the day, Biden called Putin a “butcher” while talking to Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
Biden cut off his speech, which was directed at U.S. troops in Ukraine on Friday, either as a change of policy or as a comment by Kinsley Gaff.
Biden said, “For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.”
Biden mentions Putin: “For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.” pic.twitter.com/rYMogy5xeb
– Kevin Tober (@ KevinTober94) March 26, 2022
President Biden has described Putin as a “murderous dictator” and a “real thug.” Today, after meeting with Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw, he called Putin “a butcher.” pic.twitter.com/9WlDc3oa6x
– Why Thomas (@KThomasDC) March 26, 2022
Biden speaks of the United States in its war of change with Russia.
Update: Biden’s handlers try to clarify remarks of regime change: “The president’s statement was that Putin should not be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region. He did not discuss Putin’s powers or regime changes in Russia.
WH official: “The president’s statement was that Putin should not be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region. He did not discuss Putin’s power in Russia or change of regime.
– Christopher Cadellago (adeccadelago) March 26, 2022
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