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UGH: Crackbrained Biden Turns Into A Bumbling Mess Trying To Speak At EU-US Summit

The second leg of President Biden’s first foreign trip has once again produced another embarrassment for the United States. This time in Geneva, in front of the members of the EU. President Biden will have his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. Brace yourself, America.

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Biden Turns Into A Bumbling Mess Trying To Speak At EU-US Summit

By Conservative Brief, June 15, 2021

Joe Biden continues to embarrass himself on the world stage.

Biden arrived in Geneva on Tuesday to continue talks with the European Union.

While speaking at a summit, Biden tripped all over his own words and struggled mightily to deliver a coherent sentence.

“And uh, I’ve said before and I apologize for the – Oh, I didn’t Jake Sullivan from the State Department [inaudible]. I’m leaving out a lot of people here I apologize. I’m going to get in trouble. But, anyway, we’ll get back to that. But um we um you know,” Biden murmured.

WATCH:

Biden and members of his team met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Monday morning at the NATO summit in Brussels.

After being held outside the room for 90 minutes, reporters were finally allowed in the room.

Biden said they had a good meeting and that was it.

Biden sat there in silence while White House staff yelled at reporters to get out of the room.

Biden clearly does not speak for himself.

Biden’s “handlers” at the White House are “clarifying” that he did not agree to any “swaps” of cyber-criminals with Moscow after Biden appeared to agree with a proposal floated by Russian Vladimir Vladamir Putin.

Putin had suggested a proposal to extradite any U.S. ransom hackers to Russia in exchange for sending any Russian hackers to the U.S.

Biden originally told reporters that the proposal was a sign of “progress,” but then his own security advisor walked it back and said the U.S. already holds hackers to account.

“If we agree to extradite criminals, then, of course, Russia will do that, we will do that, but only if the other side, in this case the United States, agrees to the same and will extradite the criminals in question to the Russian Federation,” Putin said in the interview.

When asked about it at the G7 Summit, Biden said: “That’s potentially a good sign of progress.”

“Yes, I’m open to, if there are crimes committed against Russia, then, in fact, people committing those crimes are being harbored in the United States, I’m committing to holding them accountable,” Biden said.

Then, on a flight to Brussels, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan clarified that Biden was not contemplating any kind of a “swap.”

“This is not about exchanges or swaps or anything like that. What the president was responding to in the affirmative was not the specific proposal of the exchange of cybercriminals,” Sullivan said.

“What he was saying was that if Vladimir Putin wants to come and say I‘m prepared to make sure that cybercrimes will be held accountable, Joe Biden is perfectly willing to say cybercriminals will be held accountable in America because they already are,” Sullivan said.

Quite amazing to see Biden say one thing at a Summit with world leaders and then his advisor delivers a totally different statement to the media.

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