US won’t put troops on the ground in Ukraine-Vice President Kamala Harris, She stated on Wednesday that the Russia-Ukraine situation has “so much at stake,” and that the images coming out of Ukraine are “heart-wrenching.” Despite the fact that the Biden administration has ruled out sending American troops to Ukraine, Harris stated that the US will continue to remain united, pledging financial and military support.
“I will tell you, the president is clear, we are clear, we are not going to put U.S. troops in Ukraine to fight the Russians, not on the ground and not in the air. But we are going to continue working with our allies, to one, defend every inch of territory as it relates to NATO territory, but also what we will continue to do with the billions of dollars of humanitarian security and military assistance that we have been providing Ukraine.”
The vice president praised President Zelensky as an “inspiration to all of us,” and said that providing support to Ukraine is re-evaluated “each day.”
Kamala Harris was trolled on Twitter for her explanation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
On social media, US Vice President Kamala Harris was chastised for oversimplifying Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Kamal Harris was requested to describe the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war “in layman’s terms” during an interview on a radio show.
In reply, Kamala Harris said, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”
Several social media users chastised Harris for simplifying the Ukraine conflict.