John Sweeney’s latest book Killer in the Kremlin explores Vladimir Putin’s career, from KGB agent to becoming Russia’s president.
Discussing an extract from the book, Sweeney said:
“Putin is not mad in the clinical psychiatric sense,” and the Russian withdrawal from the battle of Kyiv is evidence of that.
He added that Putin is “much weaker than we think he is.”
Detailing how Putin’s face had changed since he met him following the shooting down of MH17, Sweeney said that the defeat of the Russian army this winter or spring “will have a catastrophic effect” on Russia’s president.
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