Biden called Putin a butcher. Not for the first time, US President Biden made aggressive statements about Putin again 03/27/2024, 05:42

Biden remembered Putin in North Carolina, which he visited as part of the election campaign. While discussing the possibility of increasing taxes on billionaires, he mentioned an initiative to increase the income tax on wealthy citizens from 8.2% to 25%. Biden believes this will raise hundreds of billions of dollars over the next 10 years.

“Think of what we can do with this,” the US President said. — We can significantly reduce the federal budget deficit. We can provide home care.

“We can finally do a lot of important things, including providing aid to Ukraine and protecting ourselves from that butcher Putin.”

(Quoting White House website).

Since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine, Joe Biden has repeatedly made offensive comments about Vladimir Putin, calling him a dictator, a butcher, a war criminal who should not remain in power.

Two years ago, Biden visited a refugee camp on the Poland-Ukraine border. The journalist asked the US President what he thought about Putin in the background of the military operation.

“He’s a butcher, I think so too.” answered Biden.

Later in March, he said he considered Vladimir Putin a “war criminal.”

Two years later, March 15, 2024 Biden named Putin is seen as a “thug”. He spoke at an event on St. Patrick’s Day and expressed confidence that the vast majority of congressmen were ready to contribute to supporting Ukraine.

“And I call on everyone in this room to stand up to Vladimir Putin. “He is a thug,” the US President said then.

February 22, 2024 Biden speaks at a special campaign event in San Francisco named Putin is a “crazy son of a bitch”.

“We have crazy sons of bitches like Putin and others and we always have to worry about nuclear conflicts, but the existential threat to humanity is the climate,” the US president said.

White House Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby had to make excuses for him. He linked the offensive remarks to threats to U.S. security: President Biden “focused exactly on that” when talking about Putin and Russia.

then Putin commented Biden’s words: “You asked me who is our preferred President of the United States. I said no matter which leader we work with, but I think Biden is more preferable for Russia. And judging by what you said, I’m absolutely right, because that’s a sufficient response to what was said by me.”

What are you thinking?

Joe Biden once again called Vladimir Putin a butcher. This isn’t the first time the US president has spoken harshly about the Russian president: He called him a dictator and a war criminal.



Source: Gazeta

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