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Joe Biden Insults Russian President Vladimir Putin, Calling Him a ‘Dictator’


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US President Biden Insults Russian President Putin Again

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US President Joe Biden has once again attempted to insult Russian President Vladimir Putin by referring to him as a “dictator,” according to reports from the White House press pool.

Putin’s Response to Biden’s Insult

In response to Biden’s repeated insults, Putin stated, “Whoever calls you names is just that.”

Biden’s Remarks on Trump and Russia

Biden also claimed that former US President Donald Trump was submissive to Russia. He stated, “Trump and his MAGA friends may bow down, but I will not do that if I am re-elected,” emphasizing his refusal to yield to Russian influence.

A History of Undiplomatic Statements

This is not the first time Biden has made undiplomatic comments about a foreign leader. In March 2022, during a visit to Warsaw, he made a statement implying that Putin should not remain in power. The White House later clarified that Biden did not call for a change in power in Russia, and Putin’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov highlighted that it is the Russian people who decide their leader.

Biden’s Criticism of Putin as a War Criminal

During a visit to a Ukrainian refugee camp, Biden referred to Putin as a “butcher” and a “war criminal.” This follows his previous statements accusing the Russian president of war crimes.

The Russian Perspective

Russian officials, including Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, have criticized Biden’s rhetoric. Peskov called it unacceptable and unforgivable, while Lavrov pointed out the United States’ own military interventions and their consequences.

Biden’s Remarks on Chinese President Xi Jinping

In June 2023, Biden referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as a “dictator” in relation to a balloon drop incident. The Chinese Foreign Ministry condemned the US statements, considering them a violation of diplomatic etiquette and a political provocation.

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