Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday recalled his country’s ambassador to the United States shortly after Joe Biden threatened Putin and called him a ‘killer with no soul.’
Joe Biden wants to start of war with Russia over a bogus intel report asserting that Russia interfered in the 2020 election.
Biden threatened Putin and said, “He will pay a price” during a softball interview with liberal operative George Stephanopoulos.
“Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov has been summoned to Moscow for consultations in order to analyse what needs to be done in the context of relations with the United States,” read the foreign ministry’s statement.
“The most important thing for us is to identify ways of rectifying Russia-US relations, which have been going through hard times as Washington has, as a matter of fact, brought them to a blind alley. We are interested in preventing an irreversible deterioration in relations, if the Americans become aware of the risks associated with this,” the statement continued.
Stephanopoulos asked Joe Biden about the bogus ODNI report that claimed Russia interfered in the 2020 election to help Donald Trump and teed up a question about Biden’s past exchange with the Russian president.
“You said you know he doesn’t have a soul,” Stephanopoulos said with a smile on his face.
Biden responded in the affirmative and said he looked Vladimir Putin in the eye and told him “I don’t think you have a soul and he looked back at me and said we understand each other.”