Putin’s interesting response to his American counterpart
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has responded to President Biden’s call for an assassination attempt.
According to the foreign news agency, President Putin on Thursday responded to President Biden’s statement on Russian TV in which his American counterpart called him a murderer and a soulless person.
Commenting on the question, he said that he remembered a saying in his childhood that “what he says happens”. But it’s not just a childish joke or a joke, there’s a deep psychological analysis behind it. We always see in others the same qualities that we have in ourselves.
Responding to Biden’s harsh remarks, Putin said, “I know the US president personally and I want to tell him without any ridicule or satire that I wish him good health.
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Earlier, a spokesman for the Russian president said that President Biden’s statement showed that he did not want to improve relations with Russia.
Tensions between the two countries have been rising since US intelligence reports on Russia’s alleged interference in US elections and reports of Russian involvement in a hacking attack on the United States.
In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, President Biden threatened his Russian counterpart with “consequences” and called the Russian president “soulless and murderous.”
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Following the statements, Russia summoned its ambassador to the United States and is now preparing for sanctions. Observers say relations between the two countries are entering another difficult period after the end of the Cold War.