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No Boots in Ukraine

The White House said that there are no plans to send any American troops to Ukraine, despite the rhetoric about NATO nations going to fight Russia in that conflict.

The U.S. will help train Ukrainian soldiers, sure, but not send any of its own.

US White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said this on Wednesday: “As we’ve said several times on the record, we’re not planning to send US military advisors or troops trainers to train Ukraine, train unions in Ukraine.”

He said this while en route to France to honor the 80th anniversary of D-Day. French President Macron continues to show an appetite for sending troops to fight Russia so hopefully that bloodlust is not contagious to U.S. leaders.

Meanwhile, President Biden spoke to TIME Magazine about his vision for Ukraine and said that he is “not prepared to support the NATOization of Ukraine.” Is this because he’s spoiled in Zelensky?

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