Vladimir Putin brings up Canada's applause for ex-Nazi in Tucker Carlson interview
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson, criticized Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for joining in a standing ovation for a Nazi soldier in the Canadian Parliament.
“People who exterminated Jews, Russians and Poles are alive. And the president, the current president of today’s Ukraine applauds him in the Canadian Parliament, gives a standing ovation,” Putin said, according to a transcript posted online by the Kremlin. “Can we say that we have completely uprooted this ideology if what we see is happening today?”