Biden warns Putin: U.S. will respond to cyberattacks

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    “The United States has to be prepared simultaneously to deal with a nuclear standoff with both Russia and China,” said John Bolton, former National Security Adviser to President Donald Trump. “When we negotiate with only one major nuclear power, it puts us in a very bad situation.”

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