The only way for the United States to become involved, according to President Joe Biden, is if Vladimir Putin attacks NATO.
In March, President Joe Biden stated that Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power,” but on Wednesday, he stated that the United States will not campaign for Putin’s ouster from power.
Joe Biden, the President of the United States, penned an opinion piece that was published on Wednesday in the New York Times. In it, he discussed what the United States government intends to do in Ukraine as well as what it will not do. In the past, Biden had disparaged Vladimir Putin and advocated for his removal as president of Russia; however, he has now changed his stance on the issue.
The contents of the letter written by Biden state, “We do not seek a conflict between NATO and Russia.” Despite my unhappiness with Vladimir Putin and the actions he has taken, the policy of the United States is not to attempt to overthrow him in Moscow.
Deployment of American troops to Ukraine or direct engagement with Russian forces will not be part of this conflict, he said. This means that until the United States or our allies are attacked, “we will not be directly engaged in this conflict.”