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The call came after Biden said: “For God’s sake, this man cannot stay in power” during a high-profile meeting with President Andrzej Duda in Poland. The impromptu words sent Secretary of State Anthony Blinken rushing to temper the rhetoric in a flurry of diplomacy that resulted in the White House issuing a statement saying the US was not seeking regime change in Russia.

In a Tweet posted by columnist Julia Davis, Russian TV publicly suggested Biden’s words should be replied to in the same way.

He wrote: “Meanwhile on Russian state TV.

“Evgeny Popov said it was time for the Russian people to call on America to change the ‘regime in the US’ before his term ends and to return to helping our partner Trump become President.”

In a separate Tweet, Davis added: “Popov then tried to clean it up by adding ‘like I hope we helped him in the past,’ but the disclaimer sounds hollow.

“Popov and other Russian state TV presenters, pundits and pundits have been bragging for years about helping elect Trump.”

Some believe that Trump is using the war between Russia and Ukraine to his own advantage as he seeks to return to the White House.

According to Meidas Touch, a media network: “Donald Trump is openly colluding with Russia to fabricate dirt on his political opponents—again.

“While Putin massacred innocent civilians, Trump continued to view him as his partner-in-crime.

“This is very un-American and evil.”

Trump denies he has ties to Russia.

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In an interview with the far-right publication Just the News, Trump said Russian President Vladimir Putin should release information about a Russian widow’s investment in a company that Republicans claim is linked to Hunter Biden.

The former President said: “He gave him $3.5 million so now I think Putin will know the answer. I think he should let it go.

“I think we should know the answer.”

A report prepared by Senate Republicans to help Trump’s re-election campaign alleges Hunter Biden received $3.5 million under a “consultation agreement” through a company called Rosemont Seneca Thorton.

While Hunter Biden is the co-founder and CEO of an investment firm called Rosemont Seneca Advisors, his attorney, George Egyptes, said Biden had no relationship with Rosemont Seneca Thorton.

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With Biden still in power, concerns are growing over his comments that are indirect around the war in Ukraine, and more directly, towards Putin.

During a recent press meeting, Biden called Putin a “war criminal” and a “butcher”.

Experts now fear Biden could spark more than a war of words over his undiplomatic blunder.

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World leaders were also quick to distance themselves from Biden’s words.

French President Emmanuel Macron warned that the US president was endangering ceasefire negotiations between Russia and Ukraine.

Macron said: “We want to stop the war that Russia is launching on Ukraine without escalation.

“If this is what we want to do, we shouldn’t improve things – either with words or actions.”

All parties within NATO agree that implementing a no-fly zone over Ukraine will most likely lead to engagement with Russian assets.

Such a move would spark a wider conflict and remain a solid common denominator across all of Biden’s allies.