School children may soon be herded into theaters to watch the two-hour train wreck.
Former Mongolian president takes issue with twisted historical claims made by Kremlin chief in Tucker Carlson sit-down.
“At the end of the day, it does not make any sense to keep him in prison in Russia,” Putin told Tucker Carlson during their two-hour interview.
The longtime Putin defender is the first Western “journalist” to sit down with the authoritarian leader since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Tucker Carlson claims he’s the only journalist bothering to report the truth about Ukraine. A real war reporter explains why his phony interview with Putin will do no such thing.
“He’s a liar and a propagandist,” Kimmel said of Putin, “but Tuck thinks we just need to hear him out.”
The former secretary of state appeared on MSNBC to react to the news of the ex-Fox host’s upcoming interview with Vladimir Putin.