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Bill O'Reilly: Putin will be waiting long time for 'killer' apology

Bill O'Reilly: Putin will be waiting long time for 'killer' apology

Watch above, via Fox News.

After O'Reilly's non-apology, Peskov said in comments carried by Russian news agency Interfax that he is "very patient" and the Kremlin was marking its calendar for 2023.

The Kremlin has demanded an apology from Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly who branded Vladimir Putin "a killer" during an interview with Donald Trump.

During his interview with Trump, O'Reilly asked, "Do you respect Putin?" I say it's better to get along with Russian Federation than not.

In the interview, which aired Sunday, O'Reilly asked Trump how he felt about the Russian leader. We have a lot of killers. What, do you think our country's so innocent.?

Trump has said he plans to improve the relationship between the US and Russian Federation as the 45th president of this country, according to the Christian Science Monitor.

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"He's the leader of his country".

Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists have both blamed each other for the latest flare-up in a conflict that has killed some 10,000 people since April 2014. However, the US president promised to find out if that is the case. To listen to Trump, Americans should believe a number of dismaying things: our public institutions cannot be trusted; he alone can fix our problems; absent him, our best days are behind us; and, most worrisome, America's ideals have been part of the problem, not the solution.

During a radio interview Sunday night, Trump defended his comments and said he didn't see a need to clarify or explain them. "The question was do you respect him - he's a head of a major country". Russia annexed Crimea after pro-EU protesters ousted pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych, sparking a conflict which has cost almost 10,000 lives and plunged European Union ties with Moscow into a deep freeze.

The call was the first direct contact between the two leaders since Mr. Trump's inauguration.

Added Sen. Ben Sasse, of Nebraska, one of Trump's Republican critics: "There is no moral equivalency between the United States of America, the greatest freedom-loving nation in the history of the world, and the murderous thugs that are in Putin's defense of his cronyism". "I don't think we ought to spend any federal money investigating that", he said on CNN.


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