The President of the United States Of America Joe Biden has said the US will not mingle in Russian politics.
According to Joe Biden on Wednesday, June 1, the U.S. will not push for the removal of Russian President Vladimir Putin from power, despite saying in March that Putin “cannot remain in power.”
The Us President made the statement in an op-ed in the New York Times, where he laid out what his administration will do and will not do in Ukraine.
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So long as the United States or our allies are not attacked, we will not be directly engaged in this conflict, either by sending American troops to fight in Ukraine or by attacking Russian forces. He added.
Back in March, The White House officials had to walk back Biden’s call for Putin’s removal saying Biden’s point was that Putin “cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbours or the region,” adding that he was not pushing for “regime change.”
In recent months, White House officials have walked back the Joe Biden on Putin’s regime, his claim that U.S. troops would be deploying to Ukraine, and his statement that the U.S. military would intervene if China invaded Taiwan. The Ukraine and Russia war has caused a drastic uproar in Europe.
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