Russian Duma speaker says Biden “needs” continued war in Ukraine “to stay in power”

Russian State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said Thursday that U.S. President Joe Biden “needs the continuation of hostilities in Ukraine to stay in power” ahead of the ‘midterm’ elections to be held in November 2022.

“He has no other choice,” Volodin has said in a message on his Telegram account, before denouncing that Biden “supported the coup in Kiev” and a “Nazi regime” in the European country. “Now, clinging to power, he plunges the whole world into armed conflict and economic crisis,” he has criticized.

Thus, he has argued that “inflation in the United States is reaching 40-year records, while the price increase in the European Union (EU) is the highest since there have been calculations.” “Meanwhile, Ukraine has lost its sovereignty and is on the verge of disintegration. Does Biden’s presidency deserve these sacrifices?” he asked.

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Volodin has stressed that Biden “needs to keep the majority of his supporters” and explained that “otherwise he could be subject to ‘impeachment’.” “It is unlikely that he will be a candidate in the next presidential elections, which he plans to do,” he said.

Therefore, he has stressed that “Ukraine plays an important role in these elections” and added that after his support for the protests between 2013 and 2014 that resulted in the fall of the then Ukrainian president, Viktor Yanukovych, Bioden “has become an ideologue of war to the last Ukrainian, doing his best to prevent a peaceful solution in the Donbas.”

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