Russia Tells Joe Biden To Get A Medical Examination And Calls US President 'Sick'
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Russia has told Joe Biden to get a medical examination.
Speaker of the Russian parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, said the US President is a 'weak and sick man' and is suffering from 'hysteria'.
The call out comes after Biden said over the weekend that Russian President Vladimir Putin needs to stop his war in Ukraine immediately.
Volodin now wants 'psychiatrists' to 'professionally explain' the US president's behaviour, according to The Sun.
"From a male point of view, the weak behave this way," he said. “US citizens should be ashamed of their president. Perhaps, he is sick. It would be right for Biden to undergo a medical examination.”
But the attacks didn't stop there.
A spokesperson for Putin, Dmitry Peskov, hit out against Biden's suggestion that the Kremlin head shouldn't be allowed to remain in power.
Peskov said in a statement: "We don't know what President Biden meant, we know what he said. And what he said in general in his speech suggests that he is a victim of numerous delusions.”
The savagery comes after Joe Biden spoke out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine while on a four-day trip to Poland.
He said at the end of his speech: "For God's sake, this man cannot remain in power."
The US president's comments sparked a flurry of reactions, with many people suggesting he was calling for a new government in Russia.
But this isn't the first time Russia has been particularly brutal against Biden.
Only last week the country said the president was showing ‘clear signs of senile insanity’.
Russia's former president, Dimitry Medvedev, ripped into Joe Biden for trying to meddle in the Russian invasion.
In a lengthy letter send to Poland, Medvedev said: "The interests of the citizens of Poland have been sacrificed due to Russophobia of 'mediocre politicians' and their 'puppeteers from across the ocean' with clear signs of senile insanity."
In this memo, Medvedev was alluding to Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki's decision to enforce stricter sanctions on Russia.
The PM also urged the European Union to impose a ban on Russia and stop all trade with them.
Morawiecki said in a press conference: "Poland is proposing to add a trade blockade to this package of sanctions as soon as possible, both for seaports – a ban on entering Russian-flagged ships with Russian goods – but also a ban on land trade.”
Morawiecki also added that the matter impacts ‘a sovereign country’ and ‘NATO security’.