Megan Kelly Interviews Vladimir Putin, published around 2018-03-10. the full published interview video is 88 minutes.
- video gone as of 2023-05-29
- EXCLUSIVE FULL UNEDITED Interview of Putin with NBC's Megan Kelly
- Mar 10, 2018
- Russia Insight
- NBC anchor Megyn Kelly. The interview was recorded in the Kremlin on March 1, 2018, and in Kaliningrad on March 2, 2018.
Here's my impression as i watch it.
kelly says usa withdraw nuke and dev defense system due to 9/11. Putin counters, that's bull, cuz no terrorists have intercontinental nuke missiles.
wow, putin is very powerful.
Enjoying the putin + megyn kelly vid very much. 25m into. Will have to save it and savor. Omg, putin is such a powerful figure. And so far, also straight. No slimy tact or equivocation noticed. Gawd i heard so much the russian this that from the left media in past 4 years, never actually seen Putin talk. Megyn kelly, on the other hand, i have studied quite a lot, since late 2016 her fling with Trump till her disgrace by the sjw of blackface in 2019. [see Megyn Kelly]
Yeah i don't know if Putin lies, but yeah, so far his demeanor, comes out as a great strong leader. Obama give off the vibe being a considerate and just leader. But he came out weak and did nothing. Trump , gives off vibe of being a clown. But he came out strong. Hillary for example, is all polite and smiles and kind and help the weak, but is actually the worst skum on earth. The epitome of a lying politician.
Omg... Putin is so powerful. Megyn Kelly is no stranger talking to world politicians or push hard questions. But Putin... By what he says and expression, inject fear in you, and in a reasonable fair way.
And apparently, Putin would force his political power to intimidate a American journalist Megyn Kelly, when her questions displeases him. So, this is the first point i see Putin being unfair. A negative point. Up so far am so positively impressed by Putin.
They were discussing cyberwarfare. Putin claims, russia would never do it, AND, does not have the 'tools' to do so. Then kinda switch meaning to claiming media power, not cyberwarfare tools. But Putin made great points.
Omg, watched putin talk very very carefully for 40 min now. Currently at 57 of the 90min vid. Have to continue next time. What a strong leader.
There's this odd body language
See how his right hand reached the front of armchair handle and the left hand putting on table like that. I think he's being hit psychologically. Big point for Megyn Kelly. Megyn Kelly btw, is very high IQ, very quick witted and fast talker (as most anchors of her caliber are), but is rather a bimbo when it comes to intellectual affairs, such as philosophy, global politics.
When we watch these top elite professionals, such as Putin and Kelly, we see what kinda personality is best at what things, like diff shape of body in diff sports in olympics.
lol. Kelly ask her about Trump's tweets and if Putin tweet.
Omg, putin is a superb, superb leader. This is what i see. So strong a impression on me, i begin to admire him. A man. A real man. Strong. And with a view of duty, responsibility, and the importance of things in the world.
omg, what a man. when asked about China leader, how Xi 'abolished' term limits, he answered that.
Omg, i truly have learned a lot from this Putin vid. In answering many serious questions, on war, he directly pokes a hole in the American lie. Now i understand why CNN, New York Times, constantly fakenews about Putin and Russia. This man, Putin, is a no-nonsense man. Average american, never ever seen Putin speak. Knew nothing about him. Nor Xi, china's leader. Actually average american knew nothing about any other country's leaders, except maybe Canadian and UK. And then now and then a clip of Japan, Germany, France. Basically, friends.
And in 2017, there's chemical weapon killing some 80 children in syria this [ Khan Shaykhun chemical attack ] [ 2020-08-04 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khan_Shaykhun_chemical_attack ] . Putin says its fake news. Now i take his word for it.
Now, finished watching the 100 min vid of putin. The most worthwhile ive i have watched for a long time. Probably 1 of the top 5 ive watched since 2006. Putin, a great man. Greater than i'd say the 4 american presidents i know since y2k. One of the greatest leader in the world, with a vision for whats important and what is not. Mao is another example. And Den Xiaoping and i think Xi Jinping too. And these do not happen in american “democracy” countries. In such, what you get is weak, wimp, ass kissing, near-sighted, leaders. Because of the system. Petty. Pettiness for their personal next term gain. This is not to say such system creates leaders that harm the country or world in comparison. But such system r indeed less likely to create a leader that truly changes the world.