President Biden calls Vladimir Putin a ‘worthy adversary’

The president is expected to discuss Russia’s cyber activities, the release of American prisoners and more with Putin.
0:25 | 06/15/21

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That Biden prudent showdown overseas president Joseph Biden in Brussels for meetings today wrapping up his first foreign trip since taking office. But faceoff and Russian president Vladimir Putin in Geneva tomorrow it could last four to five hours. Russia's cyber activities and the release of American prisoners on the agenda. President Biden telling our Cecilia Vega he's ready and call on the Russian leader in worthy adversary.

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