“I’m not a Woman, So I don’t have bad days” – Vladimir Putin

In a discussion with Oliver Stone, an Oscar-winning film director, the Russian President, Vladimir Putin admitted that he doesn’t have bad days.

Bloomberg reports That Putin told stone:

“I am not a woman, so I don’t have bad days,” he tells Stone while giving a tour of the Kremlin’s gilded throne room. “I am not trying to insult anyone. That’s just the nature of things. There are certain natural cycles.”

TUVA REPUBLIC, RUSSIA. SEPTEMBER 3. Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a rifle while on vacation near the foothills of the Western Sayan Mountains in the Republic of Tuva, August 15, 2007. (Photo by: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)

The director of JFK and Wall Street enjoyed extensive access to Putin for numerous meetings from July 2015 to February 2017, giving viewers a peek into the life of one of the world’s most powerful and secretive leaders. The first two hour-long episodes of the Showtime special that airs June 12-15, which were made available to Bloomberg before their release, offered little that’s new about the former KGB agent who’s ruled Russia for more than 17 years.

TUVA REPUBLIC, RUSSIA. AUGUST 15, 2007. Russian President Vladimir Putin walking in the Khemchik River. (Photo by: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)

The documentary follows on the heels of Putin’s interview in this week’s debut of NBC News’ “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly,” as controversy swirls in the U.S. over alleged Kremlin meddling in the 2016 presidential elections and ties to President Donald Trump. Former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by Trump last month, is due to testify to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday about investigations into the allegations. Trump has dismissed the claims as “fake news.”

In the barest hint of criticism, Stone also asked Putin if a law passed in 2013 outlawing gay propaganda to minors meant homosexuals faced discrimination. “There are no restrictions whatsoever,” Putin said, contrasting Russia with some Islamic states where he said gays face the death penalty.

But asked if he’d take a shower in a submarine next to a gay man, the Russian leader replied, laughing: “Well, I prefer not to go to the shower with him. Why provoke him? But you know, I’m a judo master.”

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Written by Phil Collins

Good news enthusiast, always looking at the brighter side of life


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Carrie Dobson

It’s not funny Phil, it’s pathetic

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