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Russia accused CNBC's Hadley Gamble of being used as a'sex object' to divert attention away from Putin.

Russian state media have accused CNBC's Hadley Gamble of acting "like a sex object" in order to divert President Vladimir Putin's attention — even implying that the seasoned journalist is a part of a US "special operation."

The seasoned journalist — who has also worked for ABC and Fox — made headlines last week after interviewing Putin in a tight black dress during a Russian Energy Week discussion in Moscow.

The 69-year-old Russian leader was captured on camera making flirtatious gestures toward her before to their onstage appearance — at which point he said she was "too attractive" to understand any of his responses, The Hill reported.

Hadley Gamble of CNBC is under fire from the Kremlin, which claims she was exploited as a "sex object" to divert attention away from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Hadley Gamble of CNBC is under fire from the Kremlin, which claims she was exploited as a "sex object" to divert attention away from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

However, state media went farther, accusing Gamble, 39, of being an operator sent to divert Putin's attention, just as he allegedly used an attractive interpreter to get an advantage over President Donald Trump during a 2019 meeting.

According to the Daily Beast's translations, Vladimir Soloviev said Gamble diverted Putin's attention with her "sex appeal" — and acted "like if she were in the movie '912 Weeks' or 'Basic Instinct.'"

According to the article, notorious propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov also maintained on state television's "Vesti Nedeli" that the TV reporter acted "shamelessly" and "cast sad glances."

He even claimed she moved her bare legs provocatively, referring to it as her "fundamental inclination," the publication stated, in an apparent allusion to Sharon Stone's notorious leg-crossing moment in the racy film.

"Hadley slipped into a form-fitting black gown, fluffed up her flowing hair, and slipped into a pair of nude leg-lengthening Louboutin high-heel shoes," he said, adding that her legs were "coated in shimmering body oil, as if this weren't a work assignment."

Hadley Gamble's gown has been likened to Sharon Stone's famed leg-crossing scene from the racy film "Basic Instinct."
Hadley Gamble's gown has been likened to Sharon Stone's famed leg-crossing scene from the racy film "Basic Instinct."

Gamble "maximized her body language," he told viewers, by constantly wiggling her legs, messing with her hair, licking her lips, and "rolling out her tongue."

According to the Daily Beast, he accused the journalist of "behaving brazenly, publicly posing herself as a sexual object."

Olga Skabeeva, who hosts the popular state television show "60 Minutes," determined that Gamble must be part of a US "special operation" against Putin, the Daily Beast claimed.

"Take a look at Comrade Gamble; she is also quite lovely. Consider Megyn Kelly; she is the woman whom the Americans last brought. "Previously, she was a blonde; this time, she is a brunette," Skabeeva explained, adding that the two journalists are "of comparable age and weight."

"They keep attempting to reach Putin," Skabeeva told the report.

Former lawmaker Mikhail Markelovm also referred to Gamble as America's "secret weapon," who was "sent" as a counter-response to Putin's translator during another state television appearance, the site reported.

According to the Kremlin, Hadley Gamble "maxed out her body language."
According to the Kremlin, Hadley Gamble "maxed out her body language."
Hadley Gamble interviewed Vladimir Putin last week at a Russian Energy Week discussion in Moscow, sparking consternation in the Kremlin.
Hadley Gamble interviewed Vladimir Putin last week at a Russian Energy Week discussion in Moscow, sparking consternation in the Kremlin.

Gamble herself was taken aback by some of the coverage, holding out the front page of a newspaper that had the two on stage at an angle that highlighted her long, naked legs.

"My finest viewpoint," she captioned the photo, which included the hashtag "feminist."

She also made it obvious that she is being taunted about her new celebrity status, posting an image of a cake she received bearing Putin's visage and the comment, "Too lovely," about her.

"I have the most AMAZING pals," she stated.

According to her CNBC profile, she frequently speaks with "global leaders, worldwide CEOs, and philanthropists."

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