Just what America needs — Another endless war, but this time led by a dementia patient.
The New York Times reports that Joe Biden is weighing deploying THOUSANDS of US troops to Ukraine.
Biden is also considering sending US warships and aircraft to NATO allies.
Biden weighs deploying thousands of U.S. troops and other military assets to Eastern Europe and the Baltics.https://t.co/mPOzQUaOQQ
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The US State Department on Sunday evening also issued a level 4 travel advisory and ordered Americans in Kyiv to leave Ukraine due to imminent war.
The US State Department added: There are reports Russia is planning significant military action against Ukraine. The security conditions, particularly along Ukraine’s borders, in Russia-occupied Crimea, and in Russia-controlled eastern Ukraine, are unpredictable and can deteriorate with little notice.
The New York Times reported:
President Biden is considering deploying several thousand U.S. troops, as well as warships and aircraft, to NATO allies in the Baltics and Eastern Europe, an expansion of American military involvement amid mounting fears of a Russian incursion into Ukraine, according to administration officials.
The move would signal a major pivot for the Biden administration, which up until recently was taking a restrained stance on Ukraine, out of fear of provoking Russia into invading. But as President Vladimir V. Putin has ramped up his threatening actions toward Ukraine, and talks between American and Russian officials have failed to discourage him, the administration is now moving away from its do-not-provoke strategy.
In a meeting on Saturday at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland, senior Pentagon officials presented Mr. Biden with several options that would shift American military assets much closer to Mr. Putin’s doorstep, the administration officials said. The options include sending 1,000 to 5,000 troops to Eastern European countries, with the potential to increase that number tenfold if things deteriorate.
The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity.