The White House this week rejected the argument that the U.S. gained little diplomatic or national security advantages following the highly anticipated Geneva summit.
“I just don’t buy the argument which says this was not worth it for the United States,” National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on CNN. “As President Biden himself said, he did what he came to do and I think America’s come out better for it.”
But not all security officials agree, arguing it bolstered the top U.S. adversary instead.
Former intelligence officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and author of the upcoming “Putin’s Playbook: Russia’s Secret Plan to Defeat America,” Rebekah Koffler told Fox News that China is “elated” at how the summit played out.