Ukrainian Satirist: Politicians' 'Blatant Lies' Inspired New TV Show
Newsy sat down with "serious" journalist-turned-political satirist Roman Vintoniv to discuss Ukraine's culture, political and systemic issues.
Roman Vintoniv posed as a foreign journalist more than nine years ago to catch Ukrainian politicians in what he calls continuous lies. Now, he hosts one of the most popular weekly newscasts in the country.
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