Biden is expected to give Putin a laundry list of grievances. Here are three topics the two leaders will likely discuss at the Geneva summit. RELATED:
Three years ago this July, former President Donald Trump stood side by side with the Russian autocrat at a press conference in Finland's capital and blithely dismissed assessments from his own intelligence agencies, defense officials and American lawmakers about Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
When President Joe Biden meets with Putin on Wednesday for a one-day summit in Geneva, Switzerland, the West's favorite geopolitical bogeyman is not likely to get the easy pass he got from Trump, according to U.S. and Russian foreign affairs experts.
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