Last Updated on February 17, 2022
In an embarrassing word slip, Joe Biden nearly referred to Vladimir Putin as President Donald Trump today following his meeting with the Russian President.
It appears that former President Trump is living rent-free in Biden’s mind. Following a meeting between Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the leader of the free world had a slip up and nearly referred to Putin as President Trump when talking to approved reporters. “I caught part of Presidents uh Tru-uh, Putin’s uh, uh, press conference,” muttered Biden.
After correcting himself, Biden said that he and Putin discussed the Arctic being a “free zone.” Biden added, “And he talked about the need for us to be able to have some kind of motus opprandi where he dealt with making sure the Arctic was in fact a free zone.”
Many Russia-obsessed leftists in the US were hoping that the American President would take a stand against Putin as a show of strength and resolve during their meeting. Biden had previously called Putin a “killer,” receiving praise from the media, globalists, and Democrats. However, after meeting in person, Putin revealed that there was in fact “no hostility” between the two, as National File reported.
“There’s been no hostility, on the contrary, our meeting took place in a constructive spirit, indeed, we have arrived at assessments on a number of issues, but both sides expressed their intention to understand each other and seek common ground. Talks were quite constructive,” said Putin.
President Putin on his meeting with President Biden: “There was no hostility.”
He adds that the talks were “constructive” and both sides expressed interest in seeking “common ground.” pic.twitter.com/B5pCMT2K4V
— The Recount (@therecount) June 16, 2021
In a related instance, Biden showed a glimpse of hostility when he yelled at a reporter after being asked why he was so confident that Putin would change his behavior following the meeting, as National File reported.
“What the hell? What do you do all the time? When did I say I was confident? I said, I said, what I said was, let’s get it straight, I said what will change their behavior is the [unintelligible] world reacts to to their behavior that diminishes their standing. I’m not confident of anything, I’m just stating the facts,” said Biden to the press.
CNN's @KaitlanCollins: "Why are you so confident [Putin] will change his behavior, Mr. President?"
Biden: "I'm not confident I'm going to change his behavior. What the hell? What do you do all the time? When did I say I was confident? I said….let's get it straight…." pic.twitter.com/h3wctccQRz
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) June 16, 2021