Tucker Carlson Teases Exclusive Interview with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy: ‘Coming Soon, We Hope’


In the last two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, no one has been more vocal in the media about the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy than the former Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Carlson posted at X:

We’ve finally got the Zelenskyy Interview. Since February, we’ve been working on this for the past two years. It’s important to provide Americans with much-needed details about the conflict which is reshaping the country’s global position. We hope to have it soon.

Carlson spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin back in February. He also interviewed Argentinian president Javier Millei and El Salvadoran president Nayib Bukele. Slovakian President Aleksandar Vucic. Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Former President Trump.

After his interview with Putin, the Russian President said Carlson was a “dangerous” person, citing the fact that he had not asked the questions Putin expected him to. It is worth watching Carlson interview world leaders to see the type of questions that he asks and whether they can answer them directly or if they will try to avoid them.

The interview will be one of X’s most viewed, regardless of when it takes place. To put this in context, the Putin Interview received 214,000,000 impressions on X alone. Zelenskyy’s interview should be given the same, if not more, importance as Tucker’s other interviews, due to his previous criticism of Zelenskyy, and the U.S. role in funding Ukraine.

Carlson will ask Zelenskyy a few questions. It will be interesting to hear what he says, and whether he brings up the issue that was brought up by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in the past, that it’s true that Ukraine signed a treaty with Russia, but that President Biden had told the then-Prime Minster of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson to go to Ukraine, and “force him [Zelenskyy]” to tear up that treaty. We should know the truth, whether it is true or false.

According to Carlson, we don’t have the exact date for the interview. But Zelenskyy deserves credit for doing something Biden doesn’t do every day: accepting an offer to talk to a critic.