I'm frankly embarrassed by the questions that Megyn asked him. Firstly, as a former KGB honcho, if there are secret intelligence activities focused on the US, is he really going to answer in the affirmative? Would our President do likewise?Second, the hypocrisy going on here is dripping with irony, and Putin skillfully says so. Where does the US *NOT* interfere in elections? What goes around comes around.Why are we the nation that dictates how others get to behave, yet those very same behaviors don't apply to our country?No matter what he's done in the past, and what he's doing now, he's put himself in front of Megyn and acted completely statesman-like regardless of the hypocritic accusations being lobbed his way. He doesn't talk about the size of his manhood. He's articulate and educated in his responses.Putin is one cool cat. We need to stop treating him like he's some evil loose cannon who's trying to destroy our country. Rivalry for strategic resources aside, let's make peace with the guy, treat him with the respect he deserves and stop this deep-state military industrial complex fear mongering so we can all live long and prosper as a species.
"Firstly, as a former KGB honcho, if there are secret intelligence activities focused on the US, is he really going to answer in the affirmative? Would our President do likewise?"Exactly. Interviews today are essentially useless. I never watch an interview and expect to get anything that is not already known through other sources. The only reason for Kelly to interview Putin is for publicity and fame, so she can get higher ratings and get credit for landing a famous person.