Tucker Carlson Hints at Interviewing Ukraine’s Zelenskyy

Since the 2016 presidential election in which Donald Trump secured a victory and became the nation’s 45th president, the Republican party has struggled in every subsequent election cycle. Indeed, although the working class of the country has increasingly leaned to the right and captured the support of average American citizens wholly neglected by far-left progressive Democratic messaging and policies which aim to hurt them, the party has struggled. As Washington remains a dysfunctional body of self-serving and largely incompetent public servants, international tensions are on the rise. The Russian president Vladimir Putin continues his war in Ukraine. As the United States continues to fund the Ukrainian forces, Putin threatened to take nuclear action if the American nation does not cease.

A military uprising almost occurred in regard to Russia and the war. One leader named Yevgeny Prigozhin led a movement against Putin and attempted to change the balance of power. After a tense period, a deal was brokered which ended the revolt and forced Prigozhin out of mainland Russia and into Belarus. In the immediate aftermath of the action, Putin vowed to take action against Prigozhin, but no further conflicts between the two individuals occurred as the summer progressed. Despite this, it appears Prigozhin has passed away after being identified as one of ten passengers on board a plane that crashed in mainland Russia while on route to St. Petersburg. While his death was quickly reported, the true reasons for the accident remain unknown. 

The war in Ukraine is bloody and it appears that the country is quickly running out of manpower and resources. Recently, Tucker Carlson, the popular conservative journalist, hinted that he may interview the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy; Vladimir Putin already was interviewed by Tucker in the past. The conflict has been a costly, bloody and harrowing affair that has claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people who have unfortunately been caught in the crossfire.