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Biden says Putin ‘cannot remain in power’ in surprising Warsaw speech

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President Biden returned to the White House after his trip to Europe to coordinate strategy with NATO allies. During a speech in Warsaw, Poland, Biden addressed the West’s growing tensions with Russia by calling Putin “a dictator” who “cannot remain in power.” A White House official released a statement saying his comment wasn’t about regime change, but about Putin not exercising power in the Ukraine. NBC’s Garrett Haake reports for Sunday TODAY from the White House.

Biden says Putin 'cannot remain in power,' the White House says otherwise