Published: Thu, June 08, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Would Putin take a shower next to a gay man?

Would Putin take a shower next to a gay man?

Russian president Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that top Kremlin officials "can't wait" to watch Oliver Stone's The Putin Interviews, scheduled to run June 12-15 on Showtime.

Putin also was interviewed on Sunday by former Fox News host Megyn Kelly in the debut of her new NBC Sunday night show.

The documentary follows on the heels of Putin's interview in this week's debut of NBC News' Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly, as controversy swirls in the United States over alleged Kremlin meddling in the 2016 presidential elections and ties to President Donald Trump.

Recently, a sneak peek of Oliver Stone's The Putin Interviews from Showtime hit the Internet.

Now, the Russian President has opened up about being the ultimate alpha male for a new documentary called "The Putin Files".

Putin was combative when asked in the NBC interview about hacking in the USA presidential election and relations between Russian Federation and President Donald Trump's team.

Putin made the remark while discussing whether or not openly gay Russians are allowed to serve in the military.

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But analysts warned that with Putin likely to bid for another term as president in elections next year there are unlikely to be any radical changes.

He says in the interview that Russian Federation would be forced to bolster its military preparedness in response to what he called North Atlantic Treaty Organisation "threats".

When Putin makes a claim about a letter he received from the Central Intelligence Agency and Stone asks him to produce it, the Russian president says, "My words are enough". "I'm not a journalist", he said.

Putin said that he believes the NSA went too far in its snooping practices.

Putin took advantage of the occasion to show Stone a live broadcast with the work of the Syrian combat aircraft on his smartphone. "There are certain natural cycles", Bloomberg quotes Putin as telling Stone. In response to question Putin laughed and said, "Well, I'd prefer not to go into the shower with him".

If he didn't like anything at his work, he should have simply resigned, ' Putin told Stone.

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