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“Soulless Killer” Putin Challenges Sleepy Joe to Live Public Debate and Biden Cowers Away


The past several days have been a war of words between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin.

It all started when Biden called Putin a “killer with no soul” during an interview with George Stephanopoulos.

Putin responded to Biden commenting “it takes one to know one.”

And Russia immediately pulled its ambassador to the United States.

Whatever you think about Putin, he’s a savvy player.

And he is clearly aware of Biden’s cognitive decline.

Other Russian officials even commented publicly about Biden’s mental state:

So, it comes as no surprise for Putin to challenge Biden to a live debate with no stoppages.

Putin knows Biden isn’t up for the task and backed him into a corner.

And what was Biden’s response?

I’m ‘quite busy.’

Sure Sleepy Joe, that’s the reason why you can’t debate Putin.

But you can appear on ABC News and have George Stephanopoulos make googly eyes at you.

Putin is openly mocking Biden knowing he doesn’t have the mental capacity for a full discussion.

And he called his bluff.

Another embarrassment on the world stage for the Biden Administration.

The New York Post reported:

The White House shut down a request by Russia’s Vladimir Putin to hold a public conversation – perhaps on Zoom – with President Biden, saying the commander-in-chief is “quite busy.”

Putin went on state-TV after Biden referred to him as a “killer” in an interview Wednesday and said he was ready to hold talks with Biden on the relationship between the two countries and other regional conflicts.

He said said he would have his foreign ministry set something up for Friday or Monday.

But White House press secretary Jen Psaki quickly rebuffed the invitation and the tiff over the “killer” comments, saying Putin and Biden have “different perspectives on their respective countries.”

“We are confident that we can continue to look for ways where there’s a mutual interest – mutual national interest,​”​ Psaki said. ​”​But the president is not going to hold back, clearly, when he has concerns, whether it is with words or actions.”

She also said that Biden and Putin talked in January “even as there are more world leaders that he has not yet engaged with.”

“​I don’t have anything to report to you in terms of a future meeting. The president will, of course, be in Georgia tomorrow and quite busy​,” Psaki added. ​

In the interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Biden ​was asked if he thought Putin was a “killer.”

“I do,” the president said.

Biden also claimed he and the Russian leader had a conversation about the fact that he doesn’t believe Putin has a soul.

Biden said he told the Russian leader, “I said, ‘I looked through your eyes, and I don’t think you have a soul,’ ” the president told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos — and Putin looked back and replied, “We understand each other.”

Putin went on Russian TV to shoot back, telling Biden “it take​s​ one to know one” and wishing the US president “good health” without “any irony or joke.”

“We always see our own traits in other people and think they are like how we really are. And as a result, we assess (a person’s) activities and give assessments,” Putin said.

Russia has recalled its ambassador to Washington, DC in retaliation and demanded that Biden apologize to Putin for the “killer” comment.




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