Tucker Carlson lands exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy

After avoiding a previous encounter with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has agreed to be interviewed by him. This interview was announced by Carlson on September 8 through his post on X, in which he suggested that this interview will be a counter to his previous interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Carlson also mentioned that this interview has been in the works for two years and the focus will be on providing Americans with much-needed information about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and its impact on the country’s position in the world.

During his tenure as a Fox News host, Carlson has frequently criticized Zelenskyy. In one of his segments, Carlson sarcastically commented that the Ukrainian leader was too decent to be involved in a terrorist attack. Zelenskyy responded by equating Carlson’s previous interview with Putin as “bulls***” and stated that he did not have time to listen to “more than two hours of bulls***” about his country, the world, and its relations with the United States.

Zelenskyy’s criticism of Carlson’s past interviews may have contributed to his decision to finally agree to be interviewed by him. However, this is not the first time that Carlson has made controversial remarks about Ukraine. During a trip to Australia last month, Carlson claimed that Ukraine cannot win its ongoing war with Russia due to its smaller population and being “completely destroyed.” He also alleged that the country was being controlled by the Western powers, including the US government, and accused them of orchestrating a tragedy that has become “one of the great crimes” in his lifetime.

In response to these claims, Zelenskyy has stated that Ukraine wants to know whether it will have the support of the US after the upcoming election or if it will be left alone to face its challenges. He also expressed his disappointment with the US government’s interference in the country’s affairs and the potential consequences of Ukraine becoming dependent on foreign corporations for its development.

This long-awaited interview between Carlson and Zelenskyy can be seen as an opportunity for the Ukrainian president to address the ongoing conflict and the challenges facing his country.

It will also give Americans an insight into the situation in Ukraine and its impact on the world. Zelenskyy’s decision to finally agree to the interview shows his willingness to openly discuss these issues and seek support from the international community

I can almost bet it’s going to be explosive.

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