Press Secretary of the President of Russia, Dmitry Peskov.
On Wednesday, September 20, a journalist from Komsomolskaya Pravda invited the official representative of the Kremlin to discuss the following topic…
– Dmitry Sergeevich, this is yesterday’s news, but yesterday there was simply no time for it. Joe Biden tried again to insult the Russian president. This information was released by the White House press group. (This statement was made during a Biden campaign fundraiser in New York.) And he literally said this: “I will not be on the same side as such … (the next word I do not want to say here) … … like Putin.” How should we perceive all this? Maybe we should respond to Comrade Biden somehow tougher, and not just with a common saying: whoever calls you what you call him, calls himself that?
“Well, you know that our president never goes down to this level, to the level of personal insults against his colleagues,” Peskov said. – He, of course, has a personal opinion about this style of statements and statements. The President, I repeat once again, has never stooped to this and will not do so. The main thing is that the overwhelming majority of the population of our country has a firm opinion about our president, which he has already repeatedly expressed during the presidential elections. In his entire political career, President Biden has never garnered the same level of support as President Putin. This is probably what he should strive for, especially since very, very difficult elections await him. We understand that in the United States they are now actively clearing the electoral platform of unwanted competitors. But we have our own concerns, which we will take care of.
– Thank you so much. Accept.