Biden warns Putin against using nuclear weapons in Ukraine: ‘Don’t’

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President Biden warns Russian President Vladimir Putin Against the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine in a television interview, while refusing to say what the consequences would be from the United States if it did.

“Don’t. Don’t. Don’t,” Biden told 60 Minutes in an interview that aired Sunday when asked by CBS reporter Scott Pele. ,

“You will change the face of war unlike anything since World War II,” Biden said.

Pele then asked what consequences Russia would face for such a move, and the president declined to go into specifics.

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Photo of President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin together.

Photo of President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin together.
(Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/AFP)

“You’d think I’d tell you if I knew it would actually happen? Of course, I’m not going to tell you. It would be consequential,” Biden said. “They will become more of a fairy in the world than ever before. And what they do will determine what the reaction will be.”

Then came Biden’s warning Ukraine’s successful counter-attack In the northeastern Kharkiv region, which reportedly took Russian troops by surprise, causing them to retreat.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting on the country's transportation industry via a video link in Sochi, Russia, on May 24, 2022.

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting on the country’s transportation industry via a video link in Sochi, Russia, on May 24, 2022.
(Sputnik/Mikhail Metzel/Kremlin via Reuters)

western defense officer The U.S. has said that Ukraine is gaining ground and has forced some Russian forces to withdraw across its border.

Photos released after Russia’s withdrawal showed buildings darkened and destroyed by shelling, animals roaming the streets and, according to officials, signs of torture among the dead.

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In this photo provided by the Ukrainian President's Press Office on Saturday, June 18, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky attends a meeting with military officials as he visits the war-torn Mykolaiv region.

In this photo provided by the Ukrainian President’s Press Office on Saturday, June 18, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky attends a meeting with military officials as he visits the war-torn Mykolaiv region.
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“This scene is very shocking but it is not shocking to me,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky “Because we started seeing the same pictures from Bucha that were from the previously occupied areas … so the same buildings destroyed, people killed,” he told reporters.

The head of the Kharkiv prosecutor’s office, Oleksandr Filchkov, said investigators were investigating reports of civilians being killed and buried by Russian troops in the city of Balaklia – another city that has been recaptured by Ukrainian forces in the Kharkiv region.

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United Kingdom General Sir Richard Shirref told Fox News On Tuesday that Ukraine’s “brilliant” counter-offensive is a “total disgrace to Putin and Russian weapons”, maintaining its success on the battlefield will be a difficult feat with a Russian counterattack imminent.

“It’s fantastic. I think it has potentially far-reaching implications, but let’s be cautious,” Shirref warned. “They have achieved great success. They have to maintain their success. Equally, they have to be prepared for the Russians to regroup and counter-attack.”

Fox News’ Caitlin McFall contributed to this report.

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