Macron: Russian resentment could be a reason Putin chose to invade Ukraine

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Macron: russian resentment could be a reason putin chose to invade ukraine

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During an exclusive one-on-one, French President Emmanuel Macron opens up to CNN’s Jake Tapper about his theory on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s mindset. Macron explains why he believes Russian resentment and isolation due to Covid-19 possibly played a role in Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine.

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