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I believe that Putin was more clear and made more sense in his comments than the Journalist was in presenting the questions, and/or understanding Putin's comments. The US is not a Saint, and neither is Russia, but, one of the sad realities of imperfect human beings is that most high profile politicians, as well as journalists, when they approach a dialogue of this caliber or high profile, he or she may maintain at times an irrational stand, which I am sure is not congruent with the intelligence capabilities of the visiting politician or journalist, but, because the interviewer has a conscious or subconscious need to please his "people", job, country, or ego, he or she fails to rationally assess the dialogue in a balanced way. When any entity goes into one of these interviews or dialogues not as a "human being" first (not entirely downplaying their respective professional duties), then the need to please politics, countries, and oftentimes a greatly ignorant public, does not allow the visiting party (or at times both entities) to bring to the dialogue/interview the intelligence and rational thought it deserves!
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