US Responds To Russian Invasion Of Ukraine With Stronger Sanctions : The NPR Politics Podcast In a speech at the White House Thursday afternoon, President Biden reiterated that the United States would not deploy troops to Ukraine, though he did bolster troop presence in neighboring countries. The economic impact of the invasion and subsequent sanctions will take time to determine.

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US Responds To Russian Invasion Of Ukraine With Stronger Sanctions

US Responds To Russian Invasion Of Ukraine With Stronger Sanctions

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In a speech at the White House Thursday afternoon, President Biden reiterated that the United States would not deploy troops to Ukraine, though he did bolster troop presence in neighboring countries. The economic impact of the invasion and subsequent sanctions will take time to determine.

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