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Medvedev Asserts How Biden’s Blackmail of Congress Can Lead to NATO-Russia Clash

Former Russian President and Prime Minister, currently Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev issued a stark warning today about Joe Biden’s attempt to blackmail the U.S. Congress with threats that unless they supply continued funding for Ukraine, the United States will have to send its own troops to fight Russia. In the aftermath of the Senate voting against further funding for Ukraine, Biden warned on Dec. 6 that “if Putin takes Ukraine, he won’t stop there … we’ll have something that we don’t seek and that we don’t have today: American troops fighting Russian troops.”

On his Friday Telegram channel post, Medvedev suggests that Biden’s obsession with Ukraine has to do with the corruption of what he referred to as the “joint-stock company ‘Joe, Hunter & Associates,’” over which looms the prospect of an “unlikely” impeachment and a “very likely” electoral defeat. “Hence the boorish blackmail, the incessant tantrums and wild innuendos toward us,” says Medvedev.

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