President Biden hides at his private residence in Delaware amid Russia's nuclear alert
President Biden remains isolated in his private residence in his home state Delaware as Russia’s military moves to Kyiv and put the nuclear deterrence forces on high alert.
"Western countries aren't only taking unfriendly actions against our country in the economic sphere, but top officials from leading NATO members made aggressive statements regarding our country," Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday.
"Senior officials of the leading NATO countries also allow aggressive statements against our country," Putin continued, "Therefore I order the minister of defense and the chief of the general staff [of the Russian armed forces] to transfer the deterrence forces of the Russian army to a special mode of combat duty."
Here is what John Kirby, Pentagon press secretary, said.
"It is not entirely clear if Mr. Putin has designs beyond Ukraine, and it's because that's not perfectly clear that we continue to look for ways to bolster our NATO capabilities and to reassure our allies. I mean, one of the reasons we're doing this is because we want to make it clear to him that we will defend every inch of NATO territory."
Meanwhile, President Biden, the commander-in-chief cowardly crawled to hide at his private residence in Delaware. Amid the progress of Russia’s military operation against Ukraine’s Nazi government, the media cannot reach the Biden administration.