Boris Johnson interview costs 1 million dollars

Famous journalist Tucker Carlson, who recently interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin, revealed that Boris Johnson demanded 1 million dollars for an interview about Ukraine.

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Host Tucker Carlson said that former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a staunch supporter of Ukraine’s defense against the Russian invasion, had asked for $1 million to be interviewed about it.

Carlson spoke for the first time after his controversial interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin and denied supporting the authoritarian Russian regime.

“Money laundering scheme”

At the same time, Carlson described Ukraine’s defense against the Russian invasion as a “money laundering scheme” and accused Johnson of being one of its profiteers.

“I’m in Moscow, I’m waiting to do the interview, it turns out that we’re doing the interview and I’m immediately accused by a man called Boris Johnson. He calls me a ‘Kremlin tool’ or something like that… So I asked Johnson for an interview, because he is always accusing me.”

Payment options: US dollars, gold, bitcoin

Carlson said that an advisor got back to him and he learned that former prime minister Johnson had asked for a million dollars for an interview.

Boris Johnson asks the journalist for one million US dollars, gold or bitcoins as collateral to explain his position on Ukraine.

“I just interviewed Vladimir Putin, I’m not defending Putin, but he didn’t ask me for a million dollars!” Carlson said.


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