Wartime Presidents

On Sunday evening, the White House's public schedule for Joe Biden suggested he'd be in Washington for most of Monday, before departing late for Warsaw. Unbeknownst to anyone eying that schedule, Biden was already on a plane. Then, he was on a train. To Ukraine, where he showed up Monday in Kyiv with Volodymyr Zelensky. Biden's visit was risky, although Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Scholz, Mario Draghi and Boris Johnson all made the trip last year. Johnson made the trip last month too, in a publicit

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  1. I understand Macron’s position and caution but the longer this goes on the less likely it can end without completely crushing Russia. I still hope there is enough sense within the powers around Putin to seize an opportunity if one presents itself, end Putin before a full scale war ends us all.

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