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As US President Joe Biden was wrapping up a press conference at the Hotel du Parc in Geneva, he stopped to answer a question from CNN’s Kaitlan Collins about meeting with Putin and his ‘confidence’ that the Russian president will ‘change his behavior.’
‘I’m not confident I’m going to change his behavior. What the hell? What do you do all the time? When did I say I was confident?’ Biden said, growing visibly irritated and walking back to center-stage to continue his presser.
The reporter followed up with a question as to how could he consider the meeting with Putin a ‘constructive one’, to which the president quickly snapped back with a reply applicable to the whole CNN news channel: ‘If you don’t understand that, you’re in the wrong business.’
However, the president later issued an apology for his harsh comments and for being a ‘wise guy’.
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