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Biden defends controversial comment about Putin that sparked backlash from U.S. allies   

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President Biden went off script and off message saying Saturday that Russian President Putin “cannot remain in power.” Though his administration had tried to clean up the controversy after the speech, Biden today remains defiant insisting he was “not walking anything back” and he was not calling for regime change. There is diplomatic concern that President Putin will use his words as propaganda or provocation.