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Tension Between Ukraine And Russia Raises Questions For Biden

The anger clashed between Ukraine and Russia has been one of the most prominent discussion points in the UN council. The surge in tension has raised multiple questions before the US Biden administration. Making it quite clear that the US will act decisively if Russia invades Ukraine leading to unpleasant consequences, has some important questions flaming up. 

Biden’s incompetence On Tension, Rips Ingraham

In her Ingraham Angle, Laura Ingraham declared that “Biden botches another one” as the tension increases rapidly between Russia and Ukraine. On the other hand, Ukraine wants the United States and its war hawks to reduce the warnings. 

Adding to the statement, Ingraham remarked that both the parties seem to be failing the country in this respect. While the US was poised to enter the conflict just a month after the Afghanistan withdrawal, Biden’s interests are put into question. 

According to the New York Times, officials in real-life Ukraine are upset at the American government for its talk about conflict with Russia, which revealed this over the weekend.

Ingraham Discontent Is Quite Clear

There is no doubt that Ingraham is not happy with how the events occur. Adding to the comments, she also commented on the situation from “the gloom and doom twins” of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin III and Gen. Mark A. Milley. Ending the statement, Ingraham added, “The level of incompetence here really defies belief.” Ingraham added to the statement that learning Ukraine opposes Biden’s approach and just wants him to be quiet is largely pointing out towards the suggested incompetence.  

Russia Accuses The US Of Increasing Tension

As the UN Security Council debated Moscow’s troop buildup near its southern neighbor, Russia accused the West of “whipping up tensions” and said the US had brought “pure Nazis” to power in Kyiv.

Russia’s growing military force of more than 100,000 troops along Ukraine’s borders, according to US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, is the “largest mobilization” in Europe in decades, with a spike in cyberattacks and Russian disinformation.

Although there is a higher level of diplomacy expected this week, the talks between the US and Russia fail to ease up the tension.