Readers of the social network X (formerly Twitter) commented on a post by famous journalist Tucker Carlson, in which he posted a link to a video with a two-hour interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
At the time of publication of this text, the post had more than 53 thousand reviews, and the video itself had been viewed more than 110 million times.
Responses are given selectively. Opinions belong only to the indicated users of social network X.
Zelensky needs to be removed... it is obvious that Putin does not trust him even close. Let Trump negotiate peace and the war will end in 24 hours. I believe Putin
– writes user Chicago1Ray.
What Tucker does is not journalism or interviews. It’s the same with Putin. This is an intellectual game in which every word spoken by Putin on Elon’s platform will be disinformation, calculated to cause maximum damage, create chaos and conditions for another Trump term.
– denies the work of Luke Zaleski.
And to think, some people wanted a journalist arrested just for interviewing someone. Crazy joke
– said reader Donut Operator.
Thanks for this interview, Tucker. I believe it will get over a billion views. Wave your hand at the main media!
- said Gem Buyer.
I really like that Putin reminded everyone about the connections between the Nazis and Ukraine. How cute to see leftists drawing Ukrainian flags on their profile photos... these people are literally supporting the Nazis. How much money have we sent to a country that supports the Nazis?
– asks Tom Renz.
Congratulations to Tucker Carlson for his historic interview with Vladimir Putin. The fact that many in the corporate media opposed Tucker doing this interview means he did the right thing. You may not like Putin, but he is more honest about policy USA than most American politicians
– Paul A. Szypula responded.
It was very nice to see a journalist doing real journalism. Thank you
– Liz Churchill praises.
The most important interview in recent history
– appreciated Sulaiman Ahmed.
Thank you, Tucker, for asking critical questions and for giving an honest interview. Leading journalists could learn a thing or two from you
– said Dr. Simon Goddek.
Thanks Tucker. You opened the door
– thanked Kim Dotcom.