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Biden says Putin 'cannot remain in power ' in Poland speech


US President Joe Biden said in his speech in Poland on Saturday (March 26) that Russian President Vladimir Putin "cannot remain in power", causing an uproar. Not only Russia protested sternly, but even some European allies disagreed. Back home, polls show that American voters' approval of Biden has been on the decline, and the Democratic Party may have an uphill battle to fight in this (2022) midterm election. Fortune, CNBC, The Hill and other foreign sources reported that the latest poll released by the Associated Press and the University of Chicago's NORC (one of the largest independent social research organizations in the United States) last Thursday showed that only 34% of Americans approve of Biden's handling of the economy. The performance of the issue, another 65% disapproved, and this is usually the issue that voters are most concerned about. Not only that, but Biden's gaffes also caused cracks in the NATO alliance for the first time. Some Western European Union countries, including France and Germany, are more cautious than the United States about how to confront Russia. French President Emanuel Macron said Biden's comments made it more difficult to resolve the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
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