“Deep mistrust between Biden and Zelenskiy”, according to the New York Times

Thomas L. Friedman He is a regular columnist at New York Times, three-time award winner Pulitzer.

Last Monday he published an analysis, which as usual in his pieces, was placed on the front page, where he stated that “there is a deep mistrust” between the administration of Joe Biden and the Ukrainian president Zelenskiy.

Privately, US officials are much more concerned about Ukraine’s leadership than they say”. “There is deep mistrust between the White House and the president of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelenskymuch more than has been reported.” points to the article which can be read here.

The author analyzes the behavior of the US Administration, which “does not want to see” what may be inside the Ukrainian government. It’s as if we don’t want to look too closely under the hood in kyiv for fear of corruption or antics we might see, when we’ve invested so much there”.

The article, which was published on Monday, was written before Pelosi landed on Tuesday in Taiwan. But precisely he was writing warning of how “reckless, dangerous and irresponsible” that would be the decision that finally Pelosi has taken.

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