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Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin shook hands in Geneva and spent more than three hours behind closed doors. When their talks were over, both men said there had been no scare tactics, no hostility. But their accounts of the discussion differed and revealed two presidents with many unresolved tensions. Brent Goff picked apart the meeting with DW correspondent Teri Schultz.