Originally published on Yahoo News, Kelly Coffey-Behrens writes, "Tucker Carlson's two-hour, seven-minute interview with Vladimir Putin was recorded on February 6, but it was just released to the public on February 8.
Carlson recently traveled to Moscow for Putin’s first interview with a Western media figure since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began in 2022. The bombshell interview first revealed that Putin "believes that Russia has a historic claim to parts of western Ukraine."
"What you're about to see seemed to us, sincere, whether you agree with it or not. Vladimir Putin believes that Russia has a historic claim to parts of western Ukraine,” the former Fox News host said ahead of the interview.
“So our opinion would be to view it in that light as a sincere expression of what he thinks,” Carlson added.
Tucker: "Who blew up Nord Stream?"
Putin: "You for sure."
Tucker: "I was busy that day. I did not blow up Nord Stream."
Putin: "You personally may have an alibi, but the CIA has no such alibi."
The investigation into the explosions in 2022 on Nord Stream pipelines carrying Russian gas to Germany was recently dropped.
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