U.S. President* Joe Biden is refusing to hold a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin after their summit meeting on June 16th.
The Kremlin attempted to help save face for the Biden administration in its obvious admission that Biden is in no shape mentally to accomplish such a task.
The absence of plans to hold a joint press conference of the presidents of Russia and the United States – Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden – following the summit in Geneva on June 16 does not mean low expectations from this meeting, stated Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov, reported Russian state news agency TASS.
“No, it absolutely does not,” he said.
Peskov stressed that a separate press conference “is the practice of the American side.” “In the UK, Biden and [UK Prime Minister Boris] Johnson did not hold a joint press conference either, the US President just prefers to communicate with the press separately,” Peskov said.
“After the talks are over, President Putin will appear before the Kremlin pool reporters and other media outlets,” he added.
Biden is facing domestically a rejection of his illegitimate presidency as election audits proceed across the nation.
The Department of Justice declared yesterday it will ‘get involved’ to stop the audits and the release of proof of massive election fraud.