Oliver Stone: Megyn Kelly didn't know her stuff with Putin

Oliver Stone: Megyn Kelly didn't know her stuff with Putin

The self-obsessed president was voicing his opinions for "The Putin Interviews", a documentary by three-time Oscar victor Oliver Stone that will air on June 12-15 on Showtime.

Throughout the interview, Stone allowed Putin to set the tone of the conversation and did not intercede even when fact checking would have been warranted, nor did he interview the opposition figures. However, as I say in my video review above, that doesn't mean the three-time Oscar-winning director or his well-contained subject matter have much to say from what I've seen.

"Well, I prefer not to go to shower with him", Putin said, laughing.

But Putin says there's no hard feelings between he and the gay community. "There are certain natural cycles", Bloomberg quotes Putin as telling Stone.

According to the RT, the American director asked the Russian president, "In a hot war is the United States dominant?"

Stone met with the Kremlin leader for his documentary called, "The Putin Interviews", Bloomberg reported. He explained that he never has an off day as President because he's a man.

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A hung parliament occurs when no party has won enough seats in a general election to have a majority in the House of Commons. Sterling showed little reaction to the poll, steadying against the dollar after plunging around 2 cents last week.

He had earlier said that former secretary of state Hillary Clinton can not be argued with because she is "weak" and a woman.

The President also answered questions on American whistleblower Edward Snowden who was granted Russian asylum, Hillary Clinton and his controversial views on homosexuality which human rights groups have repeatedly criticised.

On the former National Security Agency contractor, Putin told Stone that "our first contact with Mr Snowden was in China", as he explained that Russian Federation offered asylum because "we were told back then that this was a person who wanted to fight against violations of human rights".

'There are no restrictions whatsoever, ' Putin told Stone. "The only thing Snowden does, he does publicly".

Putin took advantage of the occasion to show Stone a live broadcast with the work of the Syrian combat aircraft on his smartphone.

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