Biden's Sanctions Red Line: Hurting Americans

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John Smith spoke to POLITICO about the use of sanctions to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
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John Smith spoke to POLITICO about the use of sanctions to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.

"Russia continues to hold a potential stranglehold on Europe's energy security, and the United States and Europe wanted to do all they could not to exacerbate an already concerning situation – particularly as cold weather energy needs continue – and so energy was widely viewed as off limits for this round of sanctions, except for the infamous Nord Stream 2 pipeline," John said.

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