US President Biden Calls Russian President Putin “a butcher”

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On March 26 Friday 2022, United States President Joe Biden flew to Poland in his effort to see firsthand the humanitarian crisis of refugees. In Rzeszów, a Polish city nearby the Ukrainian border, President Biden spent his time meeting the 82nd Airborne Division stationed in Poland. On March 27 Saturday, President Biden observed the humanitarian efforts in Warsaw and met the Polish President Andrzej Duda. President Biden took his time to talk to humanitarian aides while comforting Ukrainian refugees. Afterward, when asked about what he thought as he deals with President Putin moving forward seeing the humanitarian crises, President Biden called President Putin “a butcher.” In the afternoon, President Biden at the Royal Castle gave a speech on the Russian invasion and the greatness of Polish and Ukrainian resilience. He began his speech by referring to the first Polish Catholic Pope, John Paul II. Then, President Biden delivered a message of solidarity with the people of Ukraine, “My message to the people of Ukraine is a message I delivered today to Ukraine’s foreign minister and defense minister, who I believe are here tonight. We stand with you. Period!” President Biden’s remarks were met with applause from the crowd, and the speech went on to criticize Putin and his lies. In addition to the current sanctions placed by the United States and the military aides provided to Ukraine, President Biden announced a further $300 million of humanitarian assistance and has allowed 100,000 Ukrainian refugees to enter the United States. Before concluding his speech, President Biden criticized that President Putin should no longer stay in power, “For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.”

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