Russian President Invites The US President To ‘Live Online Discussion’ Stating That It will Be Interesting For The Whole World To Watch

Russian President Invites The US President To ‘Live Online Discussion’ Stating That It will Be Interesting For The Whole World To Watch

Russian President Invites The US President To 'Live Online Discussion' Stating That It will Be Interesting For The Whole World To Watch

Putin has reacted to Joe Biden’s statement that he is “a killer.” He told Biden to engage with him in a livestream discussion this week in the allegations that he is killer.

In an ABC interview on Wednesday, Putin said it takes a ‘killer to know one’.
Joe Biden made mention that Putin is a killer and he “must pay a price” for trying to undermine the 2020 US election.

In response to the comments, Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov told the reporters on March 18 that “this haven’t occurred in history.”

He said it was clear that Biden “definitely does not want to improve relations” with Russians.

First, Putin reacted by wishing Biden “good health” at a news conference.

“It’s true, we really know each other personally. What would I answer him? I would tell him: be healthy,” Putin said. “I wish him good health. I say this without irony, no jokes. This is first of all.”

“When we evaluate other people, states and nations, we always seem to be looking in the mirror. We always see ourselves. Most times, before we say something bad against someone else, we are already that thing.

There is this popular adage my parents taught me. They said ‘He who calls names is called that himself.’ This is no coincidence.

Later on 18th on March in a further escalation, Putin invited Biden to hold an online open talks so that the whole world can watch and see them.

“I would like to offer the US President chance to continue our discussion, but on one condition. We’ll do so what is called live, online. In an open and direct discussion.”

“I think the whole world will love to watch our conversation as well as the Russians and Americans. Putin added.

TASS reported Russian President has invited Biden to hold the discussion on Friday or Monday next week.

But White House press secretary Jen Psaki, responded that the US government might not welcome the invitation.

The US President have already spoken with Putin. And there are somany world leaders Mr. President haven’t spoke with. Jen Psaki added.

“And we engage with Russian leaders, and Russia government at all levels. But I don’t have anything to report to you in terms of a future meeting.”

In conclusion, the US president said ‘NO’ to this offer.

Updated: March 19, 2021 — 3:33 pm

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