“No Apologies”: Joe Biden On Putin “Cannot Stay In Power” Remark

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On his remark about Putin, Biden said he’s making no apologies for his personal feelings. (File)

Washington:

US President Joe Biden refused Monday to back down on his weekend declaration in a major speech that Russian leader Vladimir Putin “cannot stay in power” — arguing that he was voicing personal “outrage.”

“I’m not walking anything back…I want to make it clear, I wasn’t then, nor am I now, articulating a policy change. I was expressing moral outrage that I feel — I make no apologies for my personal feelings,” he told reporters at the White House.

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