Watch: Zelenskyy’s Delegation Is Starting To Turn On Biden & Blaming The USA, ‘They Signed Their…
It was only a matter of time before this was going to happen.
A representative of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that the signatories to the Budapest memorandum are to blame for the Russian invasion.
“They signed their obligation to protect Ukraine, to provide the security and safety,” said Fedir Venislavsky, President Zelenskyy’s representative to Ukraine’s Constitutional Court.
“Which means when Ukraine gave up its nuclear potential … Ukraine was confident the other countries who have signed all of those agreements were going to guarantee its territorial integrity, it’s independence and it’s sovereignty.”
“Unfortunately, we’re deeply sorry” the signatories of the Budapest Memorandum and the Charter “did not perform” and “provide the security of Ukraine” and “there is a war because of that going on in our territory,” Venislavsky explained.
A report on NBC’s “Meet The Press” said that Zelenskyy believes Biden is not serious about helping Ukraine and is “all talk.”
NBC: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thinks Biden is “all talk” and lacks the courage to respond to Russia pic.twitter.com/2M4FxC0fSc
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 27, 2022
The American people agree, an NBC News poll found that only 28% of Americans have a “great deal” or “quite a bit” of confidence in the president’s ability to handle the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Forty-four percent of Americans said that they have “very little” confidence in Biden’s ability to handle the situation.
That is pathetic.
You know it’s bad when the people that write for The Atlantic attack Biden for screwing up.
“When you’re calling for regime change in a nuclear state, that’s a policy that you might want to think through before you do it,” The Atlantic’s @JeffreyGoldberg tells @jonkarl after Pres. Biden says Russia’s Putin “must not remain in power.” https://t.co/qT00hkAc0t pic.twitter.com/OulZQObC2H
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) March 27, 2022
Even Macron is dumping on Joe, what an embarrassment.
Macron is criticizing Biden for calling Putin “a butcher”. The French president says it’s not constructive.
“I would not use that kind of language. If a ceasefire is to be brokered, we must not escalate — neither through words nor actions.” pic.twitter.com/REzBTzJWc5
— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) March 27, 2022