April 24, 2024

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Putin called Putin a “crazy son” and Russia called him a “disgrace”. The US president shot his Russian counterpart

Putin called Putin a “crazy son” and Russia called him a “disgrace”.  The US president shot his Russian counterpart

President of the United States, Joe BidenHis Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, described him as “a son of a madman,” and Russia responded with insults. A “shame” Try to act like a head of state “Hollywood Cowboy”. Biden's comments came Wednesday night during a meeting with Democratic donors in San Francisco, California, ahead of the November election in which the president is seeking re-election.

Biden unleashed

“It's the last existential threat, and it's climate. We got a madman's madman like PutinAnd others, and we always have to worry about nuclear conflicts, But the existential threat to humanity is climate“, said Biden A small group of journalists attended the event in San Francisco.

Last week the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Republican Mike Turner, warned of a threat to national security, though he did not specify what it was. ABC, citing intelligence sources, says Russia plans to deploy nuclear weapons in space.

Several US officials, including Biden, later said the alleged Russian space program sought to damage satellites, although they acknowledged there was insufficient evidence to confirm that Russia intended to go ahead with the alleged program.

In English, Biden used the three-letter word “SOB,” an acronym for “Son of a Beach,” which translates to “Son of a Beach” in Spanish. Spokesperson for the National Security Council, John KirbyThis Thursday, the Democratic president explained that he used the words “blank and direct” to refer to Putin because that's how America should see it. “Threatened by Russia”. “This is how we must address the threat: clearly, directly and openly,” Kirby emphasized.

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It's not the first time the US president has used that offensive term. In 2022, Biden called a Fox News journalist “a son of a bitch.” He also once called Putin a “butcher” and a “war criminal” for his invasion of Ukraine. In recent days, Biden has blamed his Russian nemesis and his “henchmen” for ending the life of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who died in prison last Friday.

Biden met with Navalny's widow and daughter in San Francisco this Thursday. At the meeting he expressed his “admiration” for his opponent's “extraordinary courage” and “her legacy of fighting corruption”. The United States is set to announce a package of sanctions on Russia on Friday in response to Navalny's death, “repression” by Russian officials and the “brutal and illegal” war in Ukraine.

“Hollywood Cowboy”

In Moscow, Putin's spokesman said the comments were an insult to the United States rather than Russia. “This is a huge shame for America. “If the president of this country uses this dictionary, it is inevitably shameful,” declared a Russian spokesman. Dmitry PeskovHe added: “These rude statements cannot hurt the head of another state, least of all President Putin.”

“It's clear that Biden is behaving like a Hollywood cowboy for domestic political interests,” Peskov marveled: “Has Putin ever spoken to you using a rude word? It's never happened. So I think the vocabulary is diminishing.” United Nations.”

Putin, for his part, took the US representative's statements with sarcasm. Asserting that he thinks Biden's re-election is better for Russia than Donald Trump's return to power, the Russian president commented in a television interview: “Biden obviously can't say to me: 'Sir, well done, thanks for the support, you helped me a lot.

“I said we would work with any president, but For us, for Russia, I think Biden is more desirable. Judging by what you said, I'm absolutely right, because This is a perfect reaction to what I said.“Putin said in reports to journalist Pavel Zarubin, who posted a video of the short interview on his Telegram channel.

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In mid-February, during an interview, Putin was asked who would be best for Russia for the US presidency. The president said he prefers Biden because he has “more experience” and is “more predictable.” However, he insisted that “Russia will work with whichever president” the American people elect in November.

Putin and Biden last met in June 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. After the start of the war in Ukraine, contacts between the two countries were reduced to a minimum. The United States, along with the European Union, has led a strategy of diplomatic isolation and economic sanctions to prevent Russia from ending its aggression in Ukraine.