"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov "dominated" the joint press conference held with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

"We may not have a Cold War, but that room was pretty chilly," Wallace said of the tense relationship on display at the conference.


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Wallace said that while Lavrov acted like a seasoned diplomat of many years, comfortable with himself and tough in his criticisms of the United States, Tillerson did not.

He said Tillerson mostly stated the United States' position on the Syrian chemical attack, without trying to engage in debate with Lavrov.

Wallace called Lavrov "aggressive," saying that he "dominated the news conference."

He said that despite Tillerson reportedly meeting directly with Vladimir Putin, that Russia-U.S. relations have likely not changed after the meeting nor the presser.

Former United States Spokesman at the United Nations Ric Grenell disagreed with Wallace, saying Tillerson successfully destroyed the domestic media narrative of Trump collusion with Russia.