Although the Kremlin has been adamant that there are no intentions of any sort of invasion on Ukraine, on Friday, Joe Biden stated during a press conference, “As of this moment, I’m convinced he’s made the decision. We have reason to believe that.”

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The President added, “We’re calling out Russia’s plans loudly, repeatedly, not because we want a conflict, but because we’re doing everything in our power to remove any reason that Russia may give to justify invading Ukraine and prevent them from moving.”

With the Biden administration believing an invasion is imminent, the White House decided to send Vice President Kamala Harris to the Munich Security Council as Russia’s presence at the border was increased by nearly 7,000 troops.

While Harris is currently addressing the situation overseas, many in America are questioning the Biden administration’s decision to send the Vice President. In the past, Harris has been called to tackle many issues like the Southern border crisis. To date, the Southern border is still in shambles as hordes of migrants make their way to the border. Confused, like many Americans, former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany completely obliterated the idea in just 18 seconds.

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With Hillary Clinton making headlines for spying on former President Donald Trump while he was in the White House, McEnany didn’t shy away from the fact that putting Harris in charge of the supposed Russia/Ukraine invasion was like letting Hillary be in charge of phone security. Further, an entire panel on Fox News discussed the tensions in Ukraine and how the Biden administration is reacting.

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