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The one-on-one meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and White House occupier Joe Biden in Geneva, Switzerland certainly highlighted the stark differences between the two leaders.
The dual press conferences between Putin and Biden on Tuesday predictably saw the former deliver some pointed criticisms at the U.S. government while Biden again struggled to get through his own presser.
Despite the American media’s attempt to smear Putin during his presser, the Russian president still managed to call out the U.S. government for a myriad of hypocrisies and abuses.
First, Putin blasted the U.S. government for allowing Black Lives Matter to violently riot across the country, adding he doesn’t want that to happen in Russia.
Putin also accused the U.S. government of murdering veteran Ashli Babbitt in cold blood inside the U.S. Capitol on January 6th.
Putin also slammed the government for keeping Trump supporters in solitary confinement as political prisoners despite committing no real violent crimes.
Biden, by stark contrast, looked weak and feeble during his press conference, flubbing words while reading off the teleprompter about “democracy.”
At one point, Biden accidentally referred to Putin as President Trump.
Biden also once again falsely accused Trump supporters of killing a DC Capitol police officer, who actually died of natural causes the day after the protest.
Biden once against flubbed the Declaration of Independence, and even referred to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken as his “foreign minister.”
Biden wrapped up by assuring reporters he was instructed to answer them based on a pre-approved list.
Watch Biden’s full presser:
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