The Americans predicted Biden’s failure at the meeting in Geneva

American readers appreciated the upcoming meeting between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden on the portal of the Fox News channel.

Earlier, the Kremlin press service reported that the leaders of the two countries will hold a summit in Geneva on June 16. According to the press secretary of the Russian leader Dmitry Peskov, they can discuss Russian-American relations, strategic stability, as well as the fight against COVID-19 and the settlement of regional conflicts.

Fox News readers suggested that the meeting would be a failure for Washington and a victory for Moscow.

“Mr. Putin will eat Joe for lunch,” commented commentator slienceisgolden.

“Putin puts Russia first. In the struggle of the new century, it is possible that Russia <…> will emerge victoriously, ” wrote a user under the nickname American _ _ _ Renaissance.

“Biden and Putin agree on this. They will both put Russia first. Do not be surprised if Biden agrees to the annexation of the United States by Russia,” alfie supported the previous commentator.

“Now Putin will know exactly what kind of president we have,” cher982 added.

Many of the commentators took the news of the upcoming summit as an excuse to practice their wits.

“Old Joe will come out of this meeting speaking in Russian with a Hammer and Sickle brooch on his lapel,” joked user longline39.

“Putin will have to wear a name badge so that Joe doesn’t forget his name,” commented HolyCow123.

“I hope the meeting doesn’t fall on the weekend, because at the end of the week, Joe usually sleeps at home in Delaware,” a commentator under the nickname theolee sneered.

The last full—scale Russia — US summit was held in 2018 in Helsinki when Putin met with Donald Trump. The initiator of the new meeting was Biden.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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