While taking questions from reporters at the G-7 economic summit in Hiroshima, Japan, President Biden rambled incoherently about U.S. plans for the war in Ukraine.
A reporter asked the president about the long-promised Ukrainian counteroffensive that is supposed to begin sometime this Spring. Both Ukrainian and NATO leads have built expectations for the supposed offensive, which will employ newly arrived weapons and vehicles.
Biden said that he can’t reveal specifics as to when the offensive will begin or where it will be targeted, adding that doing so would amount to an intelligence failure. “But the fact is that we did discuss, privately, I did discuss with Zelensky how… let me put it this way; we and our NATO allies know how many brigades we have trained, know what the status of those brigades are and have an expectation as to what their likelihood of succeeding are,” the president said. “We don’t know