Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Ukraine and the West: ‘Don’t push us into the corner’
President Biden on Monday stood by his comments over the weekend that Russia’s Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power” as Ukraine President Zelensky said he was open to discussing neutrality for his nation in exchange for a ceasefire. Special correspondent Ryan Chilcote talked with President Vladimir Putin’s chief spokesman and deputy chief of staff Dmitry Peskov to get a view inside the Kremlin.
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