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Biden admits Covid-19 frustrations, sees the way to a halted bill, warns Russia against Ukraine

WASHINGTON - President Biden said he would likely have to break his deadlocked health, education and climate agenda in hopes of getting his policy through Congress, saying he suspected Moscow would invade Ukraine, and warned , that Russia would pay an "expensive price" if it does.

The president defended at a nearly two-hour-long press conference that ended his first year in office, his policies and his administration's response to Covid-19, but acknowledged that Americans remain frustrated with the duration of the pandemic.

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