They made some kind of super man out of Dud. To be honest, his face is a little tired. At first it would be interesting and funny, but later, he became more and more repulsive. Perhaps it's because of growing up and changing tastes.
Let's hope not. Stephen Hawking predicted that if Dud interviews VVP and asks him his last signature question, space will collapse and the death of the universe will come.
I think that Putin will not give an interview to Yuri Dudy, since the current "eternal" president is not profitable, as we know, the sharp questions of the young, but at the same time cunning blogger / journalist Yuri Dudy. But I would love to look at this confrontation of two completely different people: "the voice of the people" and "self-nominated", but I hope that Yura is smart and cunning enough to enlist the support of influential people and get political asylum before interviewing V. .Putin. We imagine what could happen to someone who goes not with the flow.
Unfortunately No, but I would love to see this spectacle
Vladimir Vladimirovich, why did you disappear from the public space in 2 weeks?
... ANTIHIPE !!!!!!
Yes, but only after Putin leaves the presidency.
Putin does not need such an interview being in office, and if this interview is accepted for implementation, Dudyu will be exposed to an extremely tough scenario and requirements , which will not only depreciate his content, but will also give him a long-term crush and the stamp of the Kremlin's litter for many years, which Kiselev, Ernst, Solovyov, etc. have.
At the same time, one must understand that on the one hand there is nothing unusual in a protocol interview under the Putin regime - no, it will always be arranged according to a script and is always strictly censored in our country, unlike in the West, where you can organize an interview with Obama or Trump, and hard prick them all the way, like a block of ice for whiskey .
In terms of free journalism, we are just North Korea with iPhones , just appreciate Dudya's lecture - "How to Speak a Tree":
First, a warning that Russian journalism generally dead.
https://youtu.be/QMf9oJ_9oCg?t=4m25s - man d There must be something to tell
https://youtu.be/QMf9oJ_9oCg?t=13m55s - not to be afraid
https://youtu.be/QMf9oJ_9oCg?t=27m43s - not smooth corners ( if not be able to do this, then why not do this at all )
... well, and then quite a large part, about that the interviews are endorsed and even too much.
UPDATE: all of Putin's works on pre-election appeal to young people are failing. Perhaps the interview with Dud is closer than it seems. But the chance is still small.
Given the attempts of United Russia to involve the young Internet audience in politics, with the help of bloggers, popular performers or simply famous people on the Internet. The scenario in which Putin will give an interview to Dudyu does not seem so fantastic. On the eve of the elections, this could be a good tool for attracting a new audience for Putin.
But there will be several problems associated with conducting this interview.
First, either Putin will have to avoid uncomfortable questions or Dudu will have to subject his questions to a certain "censorship". Putin will never go to an interview that will have a bad effect on his image.
Secondly, this interview to some extent may negatively affect the image of Yuri Dud, few people need comments like "sold out and the like." .
All Dud's interviews always end with the same questions, "what will you say when you meet with Putin." I wonder how this question will sound during an interview with Putin.
Although such an interview is unlikely now, in a year or two it is in principle possible.