Ukraine Biden: "Ukraine does not currently need an F 16"

The United States would “react” if China supplied arms to Russia. He said so Joe Biden in an interview with ABC News, reiterating that there is currently no evidence that Beijing intends to do so. If Beijing were to supply arms to Vladimir Putin’s armed forces, the US President warned, “it would cross a line that others have crossed. In response, we imposed very tough sanctions.”

“Ukraine doesn’t need F16 jets for now.” Joe Biden said so in an exclusive interview with ABC News. “I’m ruling that out for the time being,” he said of the possibility of sending fighter jets to Kiev. When asked if that meant “never”, the US President replied that “it is not possible to determine exactly what Ukraine will need to defend itself in the future”. “But at the moment, based on our military’s assessment, there is no reason to send F16s.”

Joe Biden reiterated his intention to run for a second term in 2024, but also acknowledged that it was “legitimate” for people to ask questions about his age. “My intention from the start was to run for a second term. But there are too many things we need to do on short notice before I start a campaign,” the president said in an interview with ABC News. At 80, Biden is the oldest sitting president in US history. “The only thing I can say to anyone who’s worried about my age is look at me,” she said.

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