Vladimir Putin trying to ‘shock Ukraine into surrender’ says Mike Tapp

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‘We are seeing Vladimir Putin using civilians to try and shock them into surrender.’

Mike Tapp reacts to reports of Russian missiles striking a train station ‘packed with refugees.’

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