CNBC reporter is accused of inappropriate flirting with Vladimir Putin

A famous CNBC female reporter has been accused of trying to distract Russian President Vladimir Putin by using seductive tactics. 

In an interview during last week’s Russian Energy Week panel in Moscow, Hadley Gamble was told by the president himself that she was too goog looking to understand his stance on Russia’s gas policy, while referring to her as “beautiful” and “pretty” a number of times.

Later on, Russian media and others doubled down on the president’s comments and accused her of being a US “special operations” weapon whose role was to distract the president with her womanly charms, according to The Daily Beast.

Funnily enough, this comes after Putin was first accused of purposefully bringing an attractive interpreter to “distract” former US President Donald Trump at a 2019 summit meeting.

After Gamble’s interview, Russia’s 60 Minutes host Olga Skabeeva said she was part of a US “special operation” against the Russian president.

“Let me remind you that only a short time ago there was a huge scandal when it turned out that Putin brought translator Daria Boyarskaya to his negotiations with Donald Trump … Look at Comrade Gamble, she is also a beauty,” she said.

“Look at Megyn Kelly, she is the woman the Americans brought the last time. She was a blonde, this time it’s a brunette.

“They’re in the same age and weight category. They keep trying to get to Putin.”

Another press agency, Vesti, posed the following question:

“If Russia is sending beautiful translators to American presidents, then who is coming from the United States?”

Former Russian politician and reporter Mikhail Markelov joined the attack by describing the CNBC reporter as a “secret weapon”, claiming she was “sent” in response to the Trump situation.

Even further went Dmitry Kiselyov Kiselyov who said on national TV show Vesti Nedeli that Gamble acted “shamelessly”, “cast wistful glances” and moved her legs in a provocative way.

“In Moscow, Hadley squeezed into a tight black dress, fluffed up her flowing hair, and put on a pair of nude leg-lengthening Louboutin high-heel pumps … Hadley Gamble elected to show up to meet the president without stockings and with exposed arms … By the way, about her legs. They were covered in shimmering body oil, as though this wasn’t a work assignment,” he said, adding that she “worked her body language to the fullest” by “rolling out her tongue” and went on to say that she “behaved boldly, openly positioning herself as a sexual object”.

Vladimir Soloviev, another reporter, also said she used her “sex appeal.”

Despite the attacks, Gamble decided to poke fun of them in a series of social media posts.

 

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A post shared by Hadley Gamble (@hadleygamble)

One of the posts showed a cake ordered by her friends, in which Mr. Putin’s face is featured along with the words “too beautiful.”

 

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A post shared by Hadley Gamble (@hadleygamble)

In another post she poses with a Russian newspaper by her side, saying: “my best angle”.

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