Biden Talks Cyberattacks With Putin, Returns Ambassadors to Moscow

President Biden is back in the U.S. after spending eight days overseas on his first foreign trip since taking office.

He spent his last day in Geneva, Switzerland at a high stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The meeting lasted three and a half hours, shorter than expected.

Sources say Biden raised every issue he wanted to discuss, including the recent ransomware attacks on the Colonial Pipeline and the JBS meat processing company.

Biden says he gave Putin a list of 16 infrastructure sectors that need to be off limits to cyberattacks like healthcare, food and energy.

Biden and Putin both agreed to return U.S. and Russian ambassadors to their posts after they were pulled out of Washington and Moscow during recent tensions.