Senator Mitt Romney suggested that Putin’s use of nuclear weapons could “could allow NATO to intervene in Ukraine” and “could wipe out the struggling Russian army”.

  • Senator Mitt Romney has warned Putin could use nuclear weapons.
  • In a New York Times article, Romney proposed a strategy against Putin in such a scenario.
  • Romney said continued support for Ukraine is needed to avoid enslavement by other countries.

Republican Senator Mitt Romney Proposal New York Times “NATO could engage Ukraine,” he wrote in an essay, “potentially annihilating Russia’s struggling army” as an option against Russian President Vladimir Putin he could have deployed nuclear weapons.

The Utah state senator has proposed that the West face China and other Russian allies with an ultimatum. Romney wrote, “You can be with us or with Russia. You can’t go with both.”

“Russia’s use of nuclear weapons will undoubtedly be an event that will redefine and redefine the geopolitical event,” said Romney. “The country that chooses to maintain relations with Russia after such an outrage will be itself a global villain.”

Romney warned that “invented and delusional” Putin could use nuclear weapons in the war against Ukraine. Henry Kissinger Secretary of State, Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonovand CIA Director William Burns.

Burns warned in April that Putin’s “desperation” could lead to the use of “tactical or low-power nuclear weapons.”

Romney also encouraged the United States to continue supporting Ukraine’s war effort against Russia. Romney wrote that if the United States stopped sending arms and put pressure on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to make concessions to Russia, Putin would continue to “invade and conquer” other countries.

President Joe Biden signed a $40 billion aid package to aid Ukraine on Saturday. $20 billion will be used for military aid.

Romney voiced his contempt for Putin since the start of the war, referring in February as a “small, wicked, ferocious man” trying to make the Russian president “an empire”. He also called pro-Putin Republicans “traitors.”

Russian political scientist Alexei Fenenko this week in “60 Minutes” said Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is a “rehearsal” for a bigger conflict and that they are using war to “test and counter” NATO weapons.

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