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In his address, which was far shorter than previous speeches about the Ukraine war, Putin accused the West of engaging in “nuclear blackmail” and noted “statements of some high-ranking representatives of the leading NATO states about the possibility of using nuclear weapons of mass destruction against Russia.”

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Mr. Clinton also defended his work as president to expand NATO, rejecting those who say the push antagonized Russia and led to Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine this year.

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