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Boris Johnson Demands Tucker Carlson Pay Him $1 Million for an Interview

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is demanding Tucker Carlson give him $1 million for an interview.

“So, I’m over in Moscow waiting to do this interview. It gets out that we’re doing it, and I’m immediately denounced by this guy called Boris Johnson, who was for a short time the prime minister of Great Britain,” Carlson told Blaze Media’s Glenn Beck. “So, I was annoyed, and so I put in a request for an interview, as I have many times because he’s constantly denouncing me as a tool of the Kremlin. He says no,” Carlson continued.

After reaching out to people close to Johnson about an interview, Carlson reported: “Finally, one of his advisors gets back to me and says, ‘He will talk to you, but it’s going to cost you a million dollars.’ He wants a million dollars,” Carlson remarked.

“What?!” exclaimed Beck.

“In U.S. dollars, gold, or bitcoin. No, this just happened yesterday or two days ago,” Carlson explained. “This is, by the way, the guy who single-handedly, at the request of the U.S. government, stopped the peace deal in Ukraine a year and a half ago, and is, I think, for that reason, responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands people. He won’t explain any of that to me in an interview until I pay him a million dollars.”

Carlson went on that he told Johnson’s advisor: “Putin didn’t ask for a million dollars! So, you’re telling me that Boris Johnson is a lot sleazier, a lot lower than Vladimir Putin! Which is true! So this whole thing is a freaking shakedown!”

Denouncing the so-called aid to Ukraine, Carlson told Beck: “This is a money-laundering operation. A lot of the people involved in it are taking money from it. And if you’re making money off of war, you can deal with God on that because that’s really immoral—like, that’s actually, really, really wrong. And a lot of people are, including Boris Johnson.”