Topic: Protests in Syria
Russian TV Presenter Vladimir Solovyov (archive)© RIA Novosti. Alexey Kudenko
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MOSCOW, September 15 (RIA Novosti) – A Russian state TV host has invited US Senator John McCain to take part in his show and discuss his stance on Syria.
Popular Russian TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov said Sunday that the Republican senator known for his critical views on Russia’s leadership can appear in his show to respond to President Vladimir Putin’s recent article in the New York Times on Syria.
“On our behalf, the broadcaster and myself invite Senator McCain, who wanted to respond to Putin’s letter … to the Sunday Night program,” Solovyov said on Sunday.
McCain said earlier that he “would be glad to write something for Pravda” in response to Putin’s op-ed, which he has already publicly criticized.
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- email@example.comMcCain??? REALLY???00:32, 16/09/2013Here we, who are subjected to this idiot's blather on a regular basis, would give almost ANYTHING to not ever again have to hears his voice ... and the Russians VOLUNTARILY line up for the brain-damaging act of hearing him? Good God, man ~~~ WHY?
- MikeHuntOh God, please have mercy on US03:47, 16/09/2013NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!!!
You CANNOT do this to US.
Please don't allow this embarrassment to take place.
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