This kind of derision and ridicule from world leaders did not happen under President Trump. Under President Trump, America was treated with respect. It was treated like the world’s preeminent superpower. Those days are long gone. And you ain’t seen nothing yet. Just wait until the interactions between the Biden Administration and China begin. Pray for America.
The world is laughing at hijacked America. We have never been more vulnerable.
Putin just challenged Joe Biden to an unscripted live debate.
The whole world knows that we have no leadership at the top just an empty suit with a teleprompter (and he can’t even get that right).
They look at America’s weakness right now and are salivating.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 18, 2021
Vladimir Putin Calls Out Joe Biden In Debate Challenge: ‘Live, Online, Without Any Delays’
By The Federalist Papers, March 18, 2021
Thursday just got a lot more interesting.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has dominated the headlines today after he clapped back at President Joe Biden after the American president accused Putin of being a “killer” earlier this week. Aside from a number of witty responses, Putin laid out the ultimate challenge for the frail, 78-year-old U.S. president who can’t string together more than a few coherent sentences: a live, online debate.
Reuters has the story: (it should be noted to our readers that Reuters apparently wasn’t fond of using the word “debate” and in their headline, suggested instead that Putin “offered Biden online talks,” which is hilarious.)
President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that he and U.S. President Joe Biden should hold live online talks in coming days after Biden said he thought the Russian leader was a killer and diplomatic ties sank to a new post-Cold War low.
Putin, speaking on television, cited a Russian children’s playground chant to scathingly respond to Biden’s accusation with the comment that “he who said it, did it.”
In an ABC News interview broadcast on Wednesday that prompted Russia to recall its Washington ambassador for consultations, Biden said “I do” when asked if he believed Putin was a killer.
Biden was quick to extend a nuclear arms pact with Russia after he took office. But his administration has said it will take a tougher line with Moscow than Washington did during Donald Trump’s term in office, and engage only when there is a tangible benefit for the United States.
Putin said he had last spoken to Biden by phone at the U.S. president’s request and that he now proposed they had another conversation, on Friday or Monday, to be held by video-link and broadcast live.
“I want to offer President Biden that we continue our discussion, but on the condition that we do it live, online, without any delays,” Putin said, when asked in a television interview about Biden’s comments. The two leaders last spoke by telephone on Jan. 26 days after Biden took office.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki on Thursday said Biden had no regrets about calling Putin a killer and swatted away a question about Putin’s request for an immediate call in public.
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