During his departure from the South Lawn on Marine One, President Joe Biden was asked about the International Criminal Court issuing an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“Well, I think it’s justified. But the question is, it’s not recognized internationally by us, either. But I think it makes a very strong point,” Biden responded. When asked whether Putin should be tried for war crimes in Ukraine, Biden said, “He’s clearly committed war crimes.”
The President was also asked about the bank crisis and whether he is confident it has calmed down. He simply replied, “Yes.”
The topic then shifted to the upcoming meeting between Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping, where Biden shared his reaction. “Well, we’ll see when that meeting takes place,” he said.
Asked about a House GOP memo that claimed his family members had received payments linked to China. “That’s not true,” he said.
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