Russia may attack a NATO member state after its potential victory in Ukraine, and that is likely to draw the United States into the conflict, US President Joe Biden said, TASS reports.
When addressing Congress from the White House, the US leader claimed that Moscow "won’t stop" in case it wins in the Ukraine conflict.
"It’s important to see the long run here," Biden said, suggesting that the Russian leadership "keeps going" and then "attacks a NATO ally."
The US president believes that in case this happens, then the US "will have something that we do not seek and that we do not have today: American troops fighting Russian troops."
In his address, Biden urged Congress to pass supplemental funding for Ukraine before the legislators break for Christmas in mid-December.