Biden accuses Putin of interfering in the US elections

President Joe Biden has accused Putin of interfering in the recent US election and said he will pay a price for that.

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President Joe Biden has accused Putin of interfering in the recent US election and said he will pay a price for that.

The American intelligence assessment showed a considerable contribution of the Russian government in the 2020 US elections. The government of Russia aimed at disintegrating the Biden’s candidacy. The president said that he will pay a heavy price for such a coward act.

“He will pay a price,” Biden said of Putin in an interview that aired Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America”. “We had a long talk, he and I, and relatively well. And the conversation started — ‘I know you and you know me. If I establish this occurred, be prepared.'” 

The White House said that Biden confronted the Russian president on several issues. It also includes the involvement in the presidential election of 2016, the massive Solarwinds cyberattack, the suspected poisoning of Russian Alexei Navalny, and reports of Russian bounties on American troops serving in Afghanistan.

The US wrath, as expected, would be in the form of sanctions. However, it does not disclose as to what other countries are involved under the sanction regime. But it surely includes China, Iran, and Russia. 

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released an assessment about foreign threats to the 2020 US federal elections. The Russian government supported Trump in the 2020 elections. Trump also supported Russia’s misinformation campaign and was a partner in spreading controversies. During his interview with ABC, Biden was reminded of the 2011 exchange he said he had with Putin at the Kremlin.

Biden also commented on areas of convergences such as START and other alike agreements. The US president says that they have mutual interest that is why Biden renewed the START treaty. He also said that he will not compromise human security threatened by nuclear proliferation over a selfish power race.