VIDEO: A guest fainted in a live broadcast of Putin's propagandist Soloviev

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The show of the famous Kremlin propagandist, Vladimir Solovyev, was canceled yesterday after one of the guests fainted in the studio during the live program.

Andrei Karneev, director of the Faculty of Asian Studies at the prestigious Moscow School of Economics, fainted during a debate on political issues.

The guest in the show had no serious consequences after the incident. According to the media, Karneev stated that he had dizziness and did not sleep enough the night before. He also said he was nervous.

Soloviev's show has been shown in Russia for 11 years, and in it you can often hear controversial, even bizarre attitudes that support the moves of Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, especially around the fight against the "evil West" and the invasion of Ukraine.

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