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The Vladimir Putin Interview

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Tucker Carlson has conducted an in-person interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Sadly, he only uses his site and Twitter, so this is the only embed I can offer that isn't a stolen YouTube video upload.

My opinion of the interview is slightly mixed.  I'm glad the interview took place, but basically, all of Putin's answers were "the West did it" and he never seemed to provide any evidence or detailed events to match up.  This made the interview feel more like a Russian propaganda ad than an interview, which isn't very surprising as it was surely done via Putin's terms.  Tucker Carlson also appeared to interview him more like a guest on his YouTube podcast than a professional journalist interviewing a leader of a world power, but that is mostly my personal opinion. 

What do you think?

Warographics did a fairly solid summary and review of the interview if you want a short version.

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It would be interesting to see how the interview would have went from a neutral or hostile interviewer.  Yes, this interview is biased and it did provide a strong glimpse into "Putin's side of the story", but that's about the only value of it.   Anyway, I think it's good to know all sides, but that doesn't make the interviewed person the victor.

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