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Kirby: Rhetoric about nuclear weapons irresponsible | Dan Abrams Live

Russian President Vladimir Putin mobilized troops Wednesday for the war in Ukraine and made another threat to use nuclear weapons. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said the rhetoric about nuclear weapons coming from the Kremlin is "irresponsible" and that Putin`s actions Wednesday signal he`s "feeling the pressure." Read more: https://www.newsnationnow.com/world/russia-at-war/putin-sets-partial-military-call-up-wont-bluff-on-nukes/ #JohnKirby #Ukraine #Russia #diplomacy Dan Abrams Live brings a fresh, no-holds-barred approach to covering and analyzing the news.

Kirby: Rhetoric about nuclear weapons irresponsible | Dan Abrams Live

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