This is what Putin thinks about showering with a gay man

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The Russian president made his remarks in the much-anticipated Showtime interview with Academy Award-winning director to air next week, RT reported.

The four-part documentary includes scenes of Putin giving Stone a tour of the Kremlin, working out, playing hockey, and even driving through Moscow while Stone interviews him.

'I am not trying to insult anyone. "That's just the nature of things. There are certain natural cycles", Bloomberg quotes Putin as telling Stone.

But, then again, this is coming from a man who rides horses shirtless, tranquilises tigers in the wild and challenges strangers to ju-jitsu matches, so maybe us insane women really should be taking some notes.

In a trailer released by Showtime, Stone can be heard asking Putin about USA allegations that a Kremlin-directed hacking-and-influence campaign aimed to help President Donald Trump, who says he seeks better ties with Moscow, defeat Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in last year's election.

Putin took advantage of the occasion to show Stone a live broadcast with the work of the Syrian combat aircraft on his smartphone. Last week, France's new president, Emmanuel Macron, met with Putin and strongly challenged him on what's been happening in Russian run Chechnya. "Until they are ready to bring us to the cemetery and bury us".

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The interviews will be released in four hour-long episodes, beginning next week, on the United States cable channel Showtime.

While Dr Strangelove apparently left him unmoved, Putin became more animated discussing what he sees as modern-day challenges to the nuclear theory of mutually assured destruction, particularly the United States programme to develop a missile-defence shield.

Showtime has uploaded two separate interview segments to the preview, featuring clips of discussions regarding Russia's relationship with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation - and a number of assassination attempts on Mr Putin. "We were told back then that this was a person who wanted to fight against violations of human rights".

In response to question Putin laughed and said, "Well, I'd prefer not to go into the shower with him".

Wonder what Vladimir Putin thinks of tough women leaders such as Margaret Thatcher, Angela Merkel, Indira Gandhi and Golda Meir?

"Mr Snowden arrived in Moscow, which was completely unexpected for us", said Putin at the time.

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