Vladimir Putin Interview 2014: Russian President on Anti-Gay Laws

ABC News' George Stephanopoulos asks the Russian president about the crackdown on gays.
3:00 | 01/19/14

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Transcript for Vladimir Putin Interview 2014: Russian President on Anti-Gay Laws
Russia is infamous new anti gay laws ABC's George Stephanopoulos is the first American journalist to interview the Russian president Vladimir Putin -- here -- And he asked about this crackdown directly. If gay or lesbian athletes engage in some sort of protest. Where rainbow pin or some other kind of protest will they be free from prosecution under the propaganda -- -- but I -- action protests and tracts of propaganda are somewhat different things you know I'd like to ask our colleagues my colleagues and friends that -- as they try to criticize us if that they would do well to set their own house in order first the units available -- -- did say. After mall and this is public knowledge what picnic and some of the state -- US. It homosexuality. Remains a crime.

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