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RT published this video item, entitled “Putin-Biden summit: ‘KILLER’ face-off” – below is their description.
Was there bromance?
Who threatened who?
And why is the mainstream media hell-bent on stoking tensions between the former Cold War foes?!
Following on from Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden’s historic meeting on the shores of lake Geneva, RT’s investigative journalist Ben Swann gets behind the scenes with Murad Gazdiev (RT’s senior reporter) in Geneva, and talks about the success (or lack thereof?) of the meeting with Russia-based journalist Bryan Macdonald and Brian Trascher, the US-based author of ‘Laws and Sausage: You Never Want To See Either One Get Made!’RT YouTube Channel
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