Sky News Australia – Bernie Ecclestone: Russian President Vladimir Putin is ‘Good Guy’
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Bernie Ecclestone: Russian President Vladimir Putin is ‘Good Guy’
Published 1 jul. 2022
Former Formula One Boss Bernie Ecclestone says As Far as he S concerned Russian President Vladimir Putin “Is A Good Guy”.
“He S Never Done Anything that I would Feel he S Not the Right Guy To Be Talking To,” Mr Ecclestone told Sky News Australia Host Piers Morgan A Wide Ranging Interview.
Mr Ecclestone S Comments come After he Recently told Good Morning Britain during an Interview he would “Take A Bullet” for Putin.
Mr Morgan responded to Mr Ecclestone S Claims about the Russian President.
“I think the Problem that People have with your Comments Today Bernie is that they are Highly Inflammatory given that Putin is Currently waging A Monstrous, illegal War in Ukraine,” Mr Morgan said.
“Slaughtering Thousands of Innocent People who are Literally Getting A Bullet from Vladimir Putin.”
Mr Ecclestone replied by Saying, “I think that S Terrible”.
“I M Not trying to Defend him in Any Shape or Form because What S Actually Happened is Quite Terrible, Simple as That.”
“It should have Never, Ever, Ever Happened.”
Mr Ecclestone noted, “I think When All This Started, It wasn T What he thought was Going to Happen and I think he thought It was Going To Be A Four Day Sort of Threat, and then Big Discussions and they D get Things Sorted Out.”
“I don T Think he believed What is Happening would Happen.”
However, Mr Ecclestone said he doesn T “Regret” his Stance on Putin.
“I don T Regret My Feeling for him that he S Not the Person that he S been Portrayed.” “In Fact, in Fairness, Nobody S Portraying him At All.”
Formula 1 is distancing itself from former chief executive Bernie Ecclestone after he said he would take a bullet for Vladimir Putin. pic.twitter.com/hJtxjRXf4O
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