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Russia Recalls Ambassador After Biden ‘Insult’ to Putin

Well, Joe Biden has been in office less than two months and it now appears he has lost diplomatic ties with two countries.

It was reported earlier that North Korea is not even interested in taking Joe Biden’s calls.

Now, Russia has recalled its ambassador after Joe Biden called Putin a “killer.”

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Joe Biden tried to play tough guy during a recent interview, calling Putin a “killer” that would be dealt with appropriately.

The comment was made regarding the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny and Russia’s alleged election interference in the 2020 election.

Biden added, “The price he’s going to pay, you’ll see shortly.”

Russia responded by recalling US ambassador Anatoly Antonov for what it called an “irreversible degradation” of relations between Russia and the United States during the first two months of the Biden administration.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova added, “The new American administration has been in power for two months, and a symbolic 100-day anniversary is just round the corner, which is an appropriate milestone to try and assess what the Biden team is successful in, and what it’s not.”

She added that the pause in relations would allow American citizens to “acknowledge the associated risks” of Biden’s policies.

You can read more about this report in The Independent.

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