President Joe Biden addressed the plane crash involving Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin listed as a passenger. “You may recall, when I was asked about this by you, I said I’d be careful what I rode in,” President Biden stated. “I don’t know for a fact what happened, but I’m not surprised.”
In response to inquiries regarding the potential involvement of Russian President Vladimir Putin in Prigozhin’s death, Biden commented, “There’s not much that happens in Russia that Putin’s not behind. But I don’t know enough to know the answer. I’ve been working out for the last hour and a half.”
The circumstances surrounding Prigozhin’s passing remain under scrutiny, with investigations ongoing.
This story is developing. More updates will follow as details emerge.
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