Putin spoke about the oligarchs, forbade him to be president

Russian President Vladimir[t:tag slug=vladimir-putin]Vladimir Putin spoke about how some oligarchs (by the way, where are they ?!) told him that he will never be president.

Putin’s frank story you can listen to while watching the movie “The President,” which will be released soon on Russian television.

“Some of them, when I was chairman of the government and when Yeltsin announced already that I will run the president, came to my office in the White House, sat in front and said, well, you know that the president here you will not ever . I said: Well, let’s see, “- said Vladimir Putin in the trailer shown on the channel” Russia 24 “.

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