National security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday the Biden administration’s goal with Russia is “a stable predictable relationship” that will “reduce the risk” of harming American interests.
In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Sullivan dismissed criticism by GOP House minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California that President Joe Biden didn’t confront Russia’s President Vladimir Putin at their Geneva summit about cyberattacks.
Former President Donald Trump, “who Leader McCarthy strongly supported, unquestioningly laid down in front of Vladimir Putin, sided with Vladimir Putin against our own intelligence community at a summit in Helsinki,” Sullivan said.
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