Bernie Ecclestone Would ‘Take a Bullet’ For ‘First Class’ Vladimir Putin As He Defends War | GMB

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‘I’d still take a bullet for him.’ Bernie Ecclestone says Ukrainian President Zelensky should have listened to Putin to avoid war because Putin ‘is a sensible person’.

Broadcast on 30/06/22

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