Kremlin Stealth Edits Embarrassing Putin Video


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Kremlin went into damage control mode after Vladimir Putin‘s latest PR stunt has been derailed by his public dislike of him.

Russian leaders are Mariupol, Ukraine Over the weekend, people identified by the Kremlin as locals treated him as a savior, thanked Russia for its “help” and called their new home a “little piece of heaven.”

But in a brief segment of the video that Putin’s team apparently overlooked, a woman was heard shouting, “It’s not all true. It’s all fake!” Just as the Russian leader began reading his lines. Deputy Prime Minister Marat Kusnurin could be seen grinning in disgust as Putin’s security team set off to pursue a lone protester.

Two days after an off-script comment was discovered in a video released by the Kremlin, the version was replaced with an edited version of Party Crasher on the Kremlin’s official website, independent media outlet Mozem Obiasnit said on Tuesday. Stated.

Putin’s visit to the city was his first visit to Ukrainian territory since the war began and the closest he has ever set foot on the front lines. And despite the enthusiastic testimony from local residents that was supposedly broadcast by Russian state television, many locals seemed to have seen through the propaganda.

“No one needs us here. Everything is done for TV pictures so that Russian people can see it,” one resident wrote on the Telegram channel dedicated to local news. I got

Others questioned why Putin did not visit parts of the city destroyed by his own army.

“And why take him there, he was taken only to preserved places and new buildings. yeah.”

Anton Gerashchenko, a senior adviser to the Ukrainian government, appeared to suggest on Monday that Putin may have sent two bodies to Mariupol.

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