[Ed. – This was relevant to his talks with Putin how?]
In a contest between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, there’s no comparison. Anyone in the world who cares about freedom wants to pull for the American president. The problem is Biden gives us so little to work with.
In a nearly one-hour press conference in Geneva after the summit with Biden Wednesday, Putin used his KGB-honed propaganda skills to poke at America’s domestic fault lines — last year’s Black Lives Matter riots, soaring gun violence and the shooting death of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt in the Capitol riot.
But the Russian strongman can’t polarize the country any more than our own president has done.
Biden — or his handlers — even found the time to send a tweet from Europe to decry the “Jim Crow” racism of red states trying to improve election integrity, mainly through enhanced voter identification.