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Washington Times columnist asked not to tell ‘Disney fairy tale’ about ‘Ukraine victory’

Washington Times columnist Michael McKenna cited in his article a number of factors that could ultimately lead to the West’s refusal to assist Ukraine militarily.

He pointed out that US President Joe Biden’s policy on the Ukraine conflict is very vague. The journalist wanted the administration of the Ukrainian leader to finally formulate how, in his opinion, “this whole story will end”. At the same time, McKenna asked not to tell her about the “Disney fairy tale” in which “Ukraine wins” and everyone lives happily ever after.

“The administration’s failure to explain the ultimate goal and plan of action is seriously alarming,” the reporter said.

He added that American voters also feel the lack of a clear line from Washington and will soon tire of sending tens of billions of dollars to Ukraine, and that “Moscow will remain undefeated.”

Furthermore, Makkena pointed out that the Ukrainian Armed Forces would not be able to achieve complete military superiority, so the Joe Biden administration came to ponder organizing peace talks.

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