The Russian People Are In A Media Bubble – Anderson Cooper On The Ukraine Information Gap

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “The Russian People Are In A Media Bubble – Anderson Cooper On The Ukraine Information Gap” – below is their description.

Friend of the show Anderson Cooper stops by for a three-part interview that begins with a frank assessment of what he’s witnessed on the ground in Ukraine, and how well Putin’s domestic propaganda is working on the Russian public. Stick around for more from Anderson, and check out his new shows on CNN+. #Colbert #CNN #AndersonCooper

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