President Joe Biden uncovered that he needs more monetary approvals on Russian President Vladimir Putin and even, a war crime trial as the intrusion of Ukraine remains.
“I’m looking for additional assents. Indeed,” Biden shared with reports after returning to Washington, DC, on Monday morning from a weekend at his home in Delaware.
The president called for a war crimes trial against Putin, implying he was unreasonably censured when in March, he alluded to the Russian president as a conflicted criminal:
“He is a conflicted criminal. Yet, we need to accumulate the data. … We need to accumulate every subtlety, so this can be genuine — have a war crimes trial,” Biden said.
Biden had all the earmarks of being profoundly annoyed about new pictures of the viciousness, passing, and destruction brought about by Putin in Bucha, Ukraine.
“This person is ruthless, and what’s going on in Bucha is over the top, and everybody’s seen it,” he said furiously.
The president consumed his thirty-first end of the week as president at his home in Delaware, the last stop of the week. Surprisingly, he played a series of golf on Sunday before returning to D.C.
When asked whether he accepted Putin’s activities as is “massacre,” Biden answered, “No, I think it is a war crime.”