Tucker Carlson Makes Historical Announcement

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Tucker Carlson, a highly regarded conservative journalist, said on Wednesday that he had successfully secured an interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which has been eagerly anticipated.

“Looks like we’ve got the Zelenskyy interview. We’ve been trying for two years, and with particular intensity after interviewing Putin in February,” Carlson announced in an X post.

“The point is to bring Americans much-needed information about the conflict that’s completely reshaping their country’s position in the world. Coming soon we hope.”

In a notable event this year, Carlson held a highly prominent interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. During their conversation, the two individuals covered several subjects, such as the relationship between the United States and Russia and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Putin, on his part, provided a comprehensive summary of Russia’s historical background, which lasted for about an hour.

“Two years into a war that’s reshaping the entire world, most Americans are not informed… But they should know,” Carlson said when announcing the interview.

“They are fawning pep sessions specifically designed to amplify Zelensky’s demand that the U.S. enter more deeply into a war in Eastern Europe and pay for it. That is not journalism. It is government propaganda. Propaganda of the ugliest kind, the kind that kills people.”

Carlson has often expressed his desire to do an interview with Zelensky in order to obtain his perspective on the conflict.

“I heard some messages in media, and, also, my guys who are advisers, they said. So I don’t have to do — I don’t have time to hear more than two hours of bull**it about us, about the world, about the United States, about our relations, and this interview with a killer. So I have got some briefly what were there,” Zelensky said shortly after Carlson conducted his interview with Putin.

Although the Ukrainian government has frequently shown hostility towards Carlson and Americans who criticize their nation’s significant financial support for Ukraine, Zelensky seems determined to finally grant the much-anticipated interview.

 

 

 

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