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I wrote earlier about Vladimir Putin testing Joe Biden.

His latest move involved massive military drills off the coast of Hawaii that we had to scramble F-22 Raptors to address.

That was on top of the cyberattacks on critical industries by Russian criminals.

So how did Biden respond to Putin during his meeting? Well, we don’t know the substance of the private discussion yet, but we do know what happened when they sat together for the press and were asked some questions.

Biden’s team had previously said that he wouldn’t be holding a joint press conference with Putin, but this sit-down together gave him something of the same arrangement anyway.

We also reported earlier about Biden relying heavily on note cards, including some which appeared to have prepared answers.

Here again, you can see him reaching for those cards in what’s just supposed to be a brief photo-op/few comments moment with the press prior to the meeting.

Biden brought his flashcards into his meeting with Putin. pic.twitter.com/vrAUrpdmaX

— Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 16, 2021

Telling. pic.twitter.com/knaUP7dx9Q

— Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 16, 2021

U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin sat down in a lakeside Geneva villa for their first summit since Biden took office https://t.co/DWAAp7eT6s pic.twitter.com/b44mjnBgzT

— Reuters (@Reuters) June 16, 2021

But then it got worse.

According to multiple reporters who were present, a reporter asked Biden if he trusted Putin and he nodded yes, he did. Reporters asked Putin why do you fear Navalny, and what’d you if Ukraine joined NATO. Putin didn’t answer.

Putin looked at me but ignored my shouted questions as to if he feared Navalny or what he would do if Ukraine joined NATO

Biden nodded his head “yes” when asked if he trusted Putin

And Biden laughed when this pooler rolled his eyes and shrugged at the chaos of the media scrum pic.twitter.com/p8d5hIkaKD

— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) June 16, 2021

Pool reporter shouted to @POTUS and Putin if they can trust each other, and then followed with “Mr. President do you trust him?” Biden looked me in

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