Russia’s Parliament Demands The US Apologize For Biden’s Comments Or Else Kremlin Could Take Additional Action

Konstantin Kosachyov, a senior member of Russia’s parliament wants Biden to apologize for comments that he made, according to Fox News.

Kosachyov said such a comment “is not allowed from the mouth of a statesman of such a rank.”

Biden had been asked in an interview if he thought Putin was a killer.

Biden said, “I do.”

Anatoly Antonov, a Russian ambassador, went back to Moscow shortly afterward.

Antonov released an intelligence report that directly tied Putin to election interference in the 2020 presidential election.


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