Biden Expected To Take Stance On Russia Ahead Of Meeting With Putin 1

Biden Expected To Take Stance On Russia Ahead Of Meeting With Putin

 

President Joe Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin agree on one thing ahead of their first face-to-face meeting: U.S. and Russian relations are at a low point. American Voices host Alicia Menendez speaks with Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and Author of "The Daughters of Kobani", about this period of “strategic competition” between the two countries.

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Biden Expected To Take Stance On Russia Ahead Of Meeting With Putin

47 comments

  1. Just look at these comments… Russian troll farms are alive and well. Sanction Putin into bankruptcy.

  2. So he won’t have a secret meeting with him, and come out in knee pads wiping his chin like traitor 45?……How odd…

    1. @INCARNATE theres alot of people regretting that vote lol. Inflation rate of 5.1% . He’s managed to destroy a good economy in just 6 months. Its like he has a super power in that area.

    2. What about Obama being more flexible. If he continues Obama’s flexible agenda isn’t he doing what you accuse Trump of.

    1. @Chico Dalianis someone close to me was diagnosed with dementia. Its a terrible thing to watch.

    2. @Sarah F. 4.2 did you see the video of his wife retrieving him from that tent? Did you hear him saying Lydia instead of Syria 3 times? Or when he was dpeaking of that prisoner exchange with Russia and then the white house comes out saying it probably wont happen? His gears are slipping.

  3. Anything short of total sanctions will be a complete waste of time and I would go so far as to say that anything less will be seen by Putin as encouragement.

  4. You can always spot the Russian trolls, they never have a real name and they leave the most idiotic comments, never anything with substance.

    1. Precisely, they have nothing to say on policy or platform. just gibberish.
      Besides guns and abortion, what is the GOP platform these days, anyway?

    2. Then they claim their old account got cancelled by the libs and that’s why their new account is only a few months old

  5. «The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which GOD gave unto Him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John:
    Who bare record of the word of GOD, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw.
    Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.»

    [(Apocalypse) Revelation Chapter 1:1-3]

    Jakub.

  6. meanwhile, looks like the ABC reporter who broke the story about former President Bill Clinton meeting former Attorney General Loretta Lynch meeting on a tarmac in 2016 while Hillary Clinton was being investigated, has been found dead. Or excuse me… “Clinton’d” No report on that????

  7. This program starts with the question about the implications of Netanyahu’s loss, but it’s only related to the relationship with US, Israelis, and governance of Israel. Not a single question, and therefore answer, about the implication for the Palestinians/PEACE, which is the most important for the good people in the world. What’s wrong with MSNBC? Is that because the answer is too obvious???

  8. We are letting a man with the mind of a toaster oven to speak with Putin. What an absolute embarrassment for the US

  9. He can’t answer a question if his handlers don’t know what he is being asked ahead of time. He has also been in office 145day not 120 days. I would be more impressed if he answered questions without getting in TROUBLE.

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