Ahead of War Anniversary, Zelensky Roasts Tucker Carlson on Fox News

Biden Adds More Sanctions to Russia

Days before the two-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, Fox News host Bret Baier sat down with Ukrainian President Vlodymyr Zelensky near the front lines of the war.

He happened to ask Zelensky if he saw Tucker Carlson’s fluffing interview with Putin, and Zelensky explained he was too busy to listen to bullshit.

Zelensky also invited both Trump and Biden to visit Ukraine, to see the tragedy in his country.

Baier asked Zelensky about what funding or the lack of funding from the United States would mean for his goals in 2024. Zelensky explained that the war will end once the world understands “that Putin has broken all the red lines, he’s an inadequate person that is a threat to the whole world, that he will destroy NATO — that’s his goal. So when the world will understand that, OK, that’s it.”

Baier also asked Zelensky about Putin’s claim that there were Ukrainian Nazis in his administration.

“I heard about this,” replied Zelensky in an unserious tone. “[I] Keep searching for them in the administration, but I couldn’t find it. But we’ll keep working. Keep searching.”

Biden Slaps Another 500 Sanctions on Russia on the War’s Anniversary and the Death of Navalny

Biden said the sanctions would target those connected to Navalny’s imprisonment, as well as Russia’s financial sector, defense industrial base, procurement networks and sanctions evaders across several continents.