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'we will bring an end to it': joe biden warns putin about nord stream 2 (february '22)

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘We will bring an end to it’: Joe Biden warns Putin about Nord Stream 2 (February ’22)” – below is their description.

‘We will bring an end to it’: Joe Biden warns Putin about Nord Stream 2 (February ’22) | February 2022: Biden promises to ‘bring an end’ to Nord Stream 2 if Russia invades Ukraine.

The same video Trump shared of Biden was also used by the Russian government on Wednesday while suggesting the US was behind the explosions that led to the Baltic Sea leaks. Asked for clarification on his stance, Trump’s spokesman Taylor Budowich said ‘the statements speak for themselves.’ He also referred DailyMail.com to an earlier post where Trump offered to lead negotiations between Russia and Ukraine while warning current US leaders to not ‘make matters worse.’

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