‘We Are in Big Trouble Folks!’ Teddy Daniels Mocks Picture of Putin and Biden Shaking Hands, Noting the Contrast in the Leader’s Faces

President Joe Biden held what ABC News called a high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin today in Switzerland at what the leaders agree is a “low point” in the relationship between the two countries.

Biden said of the meeting between the two leaders, “I did what I came to do” although he ended up apologizing for a remark that he made to CNN’s Kaitlin Collins that was similar to something former President Donald Trump might say.

Pennsylvania Republican Congressional candidate Teddy Daniels tweeted a picture of Biden and Putin shaking hands and noted the contrast in the leader’s faces, mocking the president.

“A picture is worth a thousand words. It appears that Biden just found the prize in a box of cereal while Putin looks like a fox who found the chicken coop open,” Daniels said and added, “We are in big trouble folks!”

ABC News reported on the Biden-Collins incident:

When asked on his way out of his solo press conference by CNN’s Kaitlin Collins why he was confident Putin will change his behavior, Biden walked back toward reporters, raised his finger and said, “What the hell?… When did I say I was confident?”

Collins followed up noting Biden said earlier it would take “six months to a year” to see if the U.S. and Russia “have a strategic dialogue that matters.”

“What I said was, let’s get it straight. I said what will change their behavior is if the rest of the world reacts to them and it (?) diminishes their standing in the world. I’m not confident of anything. I’m just stating a fact,” he said.

When she followed up again, Biden said, “If you don’t understand that, you’re in the wrong business.”

But by the time he arrived at Air Force One a short while later to return to Washington, Biden walked over to reporters and apologized.

“I owe my last question an apology. I shouldn’t have — I shouldn’t have been such a wise guy with the last answer I gave,” he said. “Anyway. Thanks for being here,” adding he feels good about where the country is headed following his first foreign trip.