Biden needs to show strength.
After meeting with displaced Ukrainian women and children during his visit in Warsaw, Poland, President Biden attacked Russian President Vladimir Putin and called him “a butcher.”
This isn’t the first time Biden has bad-mouthed Putin, in the past he also referred to him as a “war criminal” and a “killer.”
According to Fox, after Biden’s harsh words, a spokesman for the Kremlin informed media outlets that Biden’s words will make it harder to repair relations between Russia and the U.S.
So far, over 3.7 million Ukrainian refugees have fled their country and the United Nations has estimated that around 1,035 civilians in Ukraine have been killed. Sadly, many experts believe the death toll is actually much higher.
Furthermore, it is believed that almost 10,000 Russian soldiers have been killed since the invasion began.