Ret. Lt. General says Putin has lost his relationship with reality

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Ret. Lt. General says putin has lost his relationship with reality

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Retired Lieutenant General Mark Hertling discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech where he seized one fifth of Ukraine’s land. #CNN #News

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