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Putin remembers the US ambassador and needs Biden “good well being” after the president known as him a “assassin”

Russian President Vladimir Putin wished Joe Biden “good health” and remembered the US ambassador to his country after the American president said he was a “murderer” without a soul.

In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, Biden was asked if he thought Putin “a murderer” or not, to which he replied, “Uh-huh, I do.”

Reporter George Stephanopoulos then recalled an interview in 2014 when Biden made the questionable claim that he told Putin to Putin’s face that he was soulless.

“I said, ‘Mr. Prime Minister, I’m looking you in the eye and I don’t think you have a soul,” Biden told New Yorker at the time. “He looked at me and smiled and said, ‘We get along.'”

“I told him that, yes,” said Biden to Stephanopoulus.

The president went on to threaten, “You will shortly see” the price Putin will pay for trying to interfere in the American elections.

G. Stephanopoulos: “So you know Vladimir Putin. Do you think he’s a killer? “
Joe Biden: “I do”

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– Charles Iacoboni (@jacopo_iacoboni) March 17, 2021

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Putin responds to Biden’s threat

The Russian embassy reacted quickly, withdrawing its ambassador to the US for “consultations” on issues relating to “ways to correct the crisis-ridden Russia-US relations”.

Putin also responded directly to Biden’s allegation that he was a “murderer”.

“I remember my childhood when we argued in the courtyard, we always said: You need you to know you,” he told reporters. “And that’s no coincidence, not just a saying or a joke for kids.”

“You need you to know you”: Russian President Vladimir Putin countered after US President Joe Biden said he considered the Russian leader to be a “murderer”. Https://t.co/emKdQFmzRk pic.twitter.com/ksRRI5yVzc

– Reuters (@Reuters) March 18, 2021

Putin made a rather threatening statement made by a man whom the president believes was a “murderer”.

“I would say to him [Biden]: I wish you good health, “said Putin.” I say this without irony and not as a joke. “

NEW – “I wish you good health,” replies Putin Biden after the US president described the Russian president as a “murderer”. Pic.twitter.com/SUqxA3c5LF

– Disclose.tv @ (@disclosetv) March 18, 2021

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Diplomacy is back?

It wasn’t long ago that Democrats were appalled by former President Trump and his alleged saber-rattling against foreign opponents.

US Secretary of State Antonin Blinken recently shot Trump with a tweet: “Diplomacy is back at the center of US foreign policy.”

In a speech in February, Biden announced in the same words: “America is back. Diplomacy is once again at the center of our foreign policy. “

And Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, said during a speech announcing her nomination: “America is back, multilateralism is back, diplomacy is back”.

WATCH: President Biden spoke to State Department officials on his first visit since taking office.

“America is back. Diplomacy is back. You are the center of everything I plan to do. You are at the heart of it. “Https://t.co/ZbKy9mW1iT pic.twitter.com/3owJt0FGw7

– CBS News (@CBSNews) February 4, 2021

Instead, the president threatened the Russian president.

We have Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin declaring that US forces are ready to “fight tonight” after criticizing military exercises from North Korea.

With Russia, it should have been easy to establish diplomatic relations.

Putin is, after all, the same man who said he was ready to work with Biden if he wins the election by finding that Democrats share an “ideological base” with Russia.

“First, the Democratic Party has traditionally been closer to so-called liberal values, closer to social democratic ideas than to Europe,” Putin said.

“And the Communist Party developed out of the social democratic environment.”

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– Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 7, 2020

“The Democratic Party has traditionally been closer to so-called liberal values, closer to social democratic ideas than to Europe,” Putin said in an interview with Russian state media in October.

“And the Communist Party developed out of the social democratic environment.”

“It takes you to know you,” in fact.

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