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Amidst rumors of former Fox News host Tucker Carlson potentially interviewing Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin has remained silent, neither confirming nor denying the speculation.

Over the weekend, Carlson’s presence in Moscow, sighted at notable locations such as the Bolshoi Theatre and a local hotel, fueled discussions about the possibility of an interview. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov responded to inquiries by highlighting the routine visits of foreign journalists to Russia, stating, “We have nothing to announce in terms of the president’s interviews to foreign media.”

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Carlson, who has ventured into independent journalism following his departure from Fox News, described Moscow as “beautiful” in comments to the Izvestia newspaper. When pressed about the purpose of his visit, specifically if it was to interview Putin, Carlson’s enigmatic reply, “We’ll see,” accompanied by a smile.

Securing an interview with Putin would make Carlson the first Western journalist to do so amidst the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.


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