Former F1 boss defends Russian invasion: ‘I’d still take a bullet for Putin’
Bernie Ecclestone, English billionaire and former Formula 1 boss, is at the center of a controversy – yet another one – and this time for having defended, in an interview with the BBC, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, justifying the actions taken. by Vladimir Putin.
“I’d still take a bullet for him. I’d rather it didn’t hurt, but if it does I’d still take a bullet, because he’s a first-class person. What he’s doing is something that he believed was the right thing he was doing for Russia. Unfortunately, like many people in the business world, like me, we make mistakes every now and then. And when you make a mistake, you have to do your best to undo it,” he told Good Morning Britain.
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