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March 4, 2015 - Viacheslav Fetisov

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Hillary Clinton's informal emailing style causes controversy, Jordan Klepper reports on a surprising Florida law, and Viacheslav Fetisov discusses the documentary "Red Army." (21:29)

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: WELCOME TO THE DAILYSHOW, MY NAME IS JON

STEWART.

WE HAVE A GREAT SHOW FOR YOUTONIGHT.

OUR GUEST TONIGHT, AFASCINATING FIGURE, RUSSIAN

HOCKEY LEGEND SLAVA FETISOV.

HE IS GOING TO BE HERE TOTALK ABOUT HOW I

MISPRONOUNCED HIS NAME,WHICH I CAN ONLY ASSUME.

BUT I REMEMBER THIS CAT FROMTHE '80s AND '90s, ONE OF

THE GREATEST DEFENSEMAN EVERTO PLAY THE GAME OF HOCKEY.

BUT FIRST, HAVE YOU HEARDTHE NEWS?

EXTRA, EXTRA, FUTUREPRESIDENT HILLARY CLINTON

MAY HAVE TO PARDON FORMERSECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY

CLINTON.

>> A BOMBSHELL REPORT THATHILLARY CLINTON MAY HAVE

VIOLATED THE LAW DURING HERTIME AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT.

>> Jon: OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD, OHMY GOD, OH MY GOD.

(LAUGHTER) WHAT DID SHE DO?

DID SHE FUNNEL ARMS TO ISISTO PAY FOR A LAND DEAL IN

ARKANSAS? DID SHE SELL ALASKABACK TO THE RUSSIANS IN EXCHANGE

FOR THEIR SILENCE ON BENGHAZI?WHAT DID SHE DO?

PAD HER RESUME WITH FAKECOUNTRIES SHE SUPPOSEDLY

NEGOTIATED TREATIES WITH? ISHOULD HAVE KNOWN THERE WAS NO

SUCH THING AS PANTSUITISTAN?

HIT ME WITH THE BAD NEWS.

>> IT APPEARS THAT WHILE SHEWAS SECRETARY OF STATE SHE

DID NOT HAVE AN OFFICIALE-MAIL ACCOUNT AT ALL.

>> OH.

IS THAT AGAINST THE LAW NOT TOHAVE AN E-MAIL ACCOUNT?

I MEAN, IT SEEMS LESS OF ASCANDAL AND MORE OF LIKE A

NERD SNAP. LIKE, OH SHE'S SOOLD, SHE DOESN'T EVEN HAVE AN

OFFICIAL E-MAIL ACCOUNT.

LIKE, I MEAN, WHAT IS THE BIGDEAL ABOUT NOT HAVING AN

E-MAIL ACCOUNT, OR WHAT AM IMISSING HERE?

>> HILLARY CLINTON MAY HAVEBROKEN FEDERAL

RECORD-KEEPING RULES BYUSING A PERSONAL E-MAIL

ACCOUNT INSTEAD OF A STATEDEPARTMENT ACCOUNT.

THE OFFICIAL RULES ARE THATYOU ARE SUPPOSED TO USE

GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS WHICHARE SAFE FOR PUBLIC RECORD

AND ARE CONSIDERED MORESECURE.

>> Jon: OH, OKAY.

WELL, THAT IS NOT NOTHING.

THAT'S-- SHE SHOULD HAVEDONE THAT, RIGHT?

BUT DON'T WE HAVE A FACILITYIN UTAH THAT COLLECTS ALL OF

OUR E-MAIL ANYWAY?

SOLVING THE WHOLE ARCHIVEPROBLEM.

CAN'T YOU JUST ASK THEM?

OR THEY DON'T [BLEEP] TALK TOYOU EITHER.

WHY IS THIS COMING OUTNOW?

WASN'T IT CLEAR TO ANYBODYWHO E-MAILED SECRETARY

CLINTON DURING THAT TIMETHAT HER E-MAIL

ADDRESS WAS HER PERSONALE-MAIL.

>> WHEN SOMEBODY IN THE WHITEHOUSE, IN THE WEST WING HAD AN

E-MAIL TO SEND TO THE SECRETARYOF STATE,

DID THEY JUST USE HER, YOU KNOW,PRIVATE E-MAIL?

HOW DID THEY GET IN CONTACTWITH HER?

DID THAT NEVER RAISE A FLAG?

>> Jon: AND DID IT NOT ALSORAISE A RED FLAG IN THE

WEST WING THAT HERPERSONAL E-MAIL WAS

DON'TTELLANYONEABOUTTHISACCOUNT@

SECRETS/SHHH.DEFINITELYNOTGOV?

COME ON, IT'S NOT LIKE THE STATEDEPARTMENT DIDN'T EVENTUALLY

GET ALL THE CLINTON E-MAILSTHAT CLINTON DECIDED THEY

SHOULD GET.

>> IN 2014, CLINTON DID HANDOVER 55,000 PAGES AFTER THE

STATE DEPARTMENT SENT AWRITTEN REQUEST FOR THE

RECORDS.

AIDES SAY THEY TOSSED OUTCLINTON'S PERSONAL NOTES

LIKE MEMOS ON HER DAUGHTER'SWEDDING.

>> Jon: I BELIEVE IT IS ASIGN THAT YOU HAVE BEEN IN

GOVERNMENT TOO LONG WHEN YOUWRITE MEMOS ABOUT

YOUR DAUGHTER'S WEDDING--

(LAUGHTER)RE: THE HAPPIEST DAY OF YOUR

LIFE.

YOUR FATHER AND I LOOKVERY FORWARD TO SHARING THE

EVENT WITH YOU. WE LOVE YOU VERYMUCH, DICTATED NOT READ.

I THINK THE CONCERN THERE ISTHAT THE AIDES ARE THE ONES

WHO GET TO DECIDE WHICHE-MAILS ARE APPROPRIATE TO

BE SHARED AS OPPOSED TO ANINDEPENDENT ARBITER THAT IS

WHY DORITOS DOESN'T GET TODECIDE WHICH INGREDIENTS

CONSUMERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT.

OR WHY YOU DON'T GET TO TELLTHE COPS WHICH POCKETS TO

SEARCH.

>> WELL, NO, OFFICER, NOTTHAT ONE.

THAT IS MY WEED POCKET.

AND THOSE OTHER TWOGENTLEMAN GENTLEMEN ARE MY

BALLS.

IS THERE ANOTHER REASON THATSHE DIDN'T NEED TO ARCHIVE

HER E-MAILS WITH STATE?

>> SECRETARY POWELL WROTEABOUT THIS IN HIS BOOK.

HE HAD A PERSONALLAPTOP INSTALLED IN HIS

OFFICE SO HE COULDUSE PERSONAL E-MAIL.

>> Jon: HUH.

BUT I THINK THE REGULATIONSSTARTED IN 2009, WASN'T THAT

FOUR YEARS AFTER POWELLLEFT?

I MEAN IN COLIN POWELL WASUSING A PERSONAL E-MAIL

ADDRESS THEY DIDN'T REALLYHAVE RULES ON PERSONAL

E-MAILS YET, YOU KNOW, BECAUSE

BACK THEN E-MAIL WASN'TREALLY AS PREVALENT, OR LAPTOP,

MAY EXPLAIN WHY POWELL FELTTHE NEED TO INSTALL ONE IN

HIS OFFICE.

>> HOW CAN WE KNOW THATCLINTON EVEN TURNED OVER ALL

HER RELEVANT E-MAIL?

>> SHE HAS TAKEN STEPS TOPRESERVE THOSE RECORDS BY

PROVIDING THE STATEDEPARTMENT WITH THE 55,000

PAGES, I THINK 55,000 IS APRETTY BIG NUMBER.

>> Jon: IT IS A BIG NUMBER.

THERE ARE BIGGER.

A MILLION, AND IT'S NOT ASBIG AS THE NUMBER OF

PAGES CLINTON ACTUALLY HAD.

BUT THAT IS THE CRAZY THINGABOUT NUMBERS.

YOU KNOW, YOU CAN ALWAYSTOP THEM, SOMEBODY WILL BE LIKE

YOU HAVE A HUNDRED DALMATIANS?THAT'S A [BLEEP] LOAD

OF DALMATIANS, I CAN'TIMAGINE ANYONE HAVING MORE

THAN A HUNDRED DALMATIANSAND THEN SOME LADY BEING

LIKE -- -- 101.

THAT IS A LOT OF DALMATIANSACTUALLY.

BUT IF THAT'S, YOU KNOW, HOWEVERYBODY FEELS, WHY NOT

JUST SAY THAT SECRETARYCLINTON DID TURN OVER ALL

HER E-MAILS?

>> SHE PROVIDED A HUGE, YOUKNOW, A LARGE AMOUNT,

THOSE 55,000.

>> JUST SAY IT'S EVERYTHING IFYOU THINK IT'S --

>> WELL, HOW CAN I -- I MEAN,BRAD, I'M NOT IN HER

E-MAIL.

>> Jon: IF YOU WERE IN HERE-MAIL YOU WOULD BE IN THE

STARRING IN THE MOST BORINGTRON SEQUEL OF ALL TIME.

TRON 2 -- THE IN-BOX.

OH NO, THERE'S SPAM.

ALL RIGHT, SO IT APPEARSTHAT SECRETARY CLINTON DID

BEND THE REGULATIONS.

I ASSUME THE PROBLEM IS ITLEAVES AN INCOMPLETE RECORD

OF HER TIME OR DOES NOTALLOW FOR PROPER OVERSIGHT,

IS THAT THE IMPACT WE'REWORRIED ABOUT.

>> THIS DEVELOPMENT COULDHAVE AN IMPACT ON HER

PRESIDENTIAL HOPES.

>> Jon: HOW!

WHAT, DO YOU THINK MAYBE AWRONG E-MAIL ADDRESS-GAZI

WILL BE A BIG BOOST TO HERDEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RIVAL

TBD.

I'M SORRY, WE JUST LEARNED THATCANDIDATE TBD HAS DROPPED OUT

OF THE RACE BECAUSE --

OR PERHAPS THIS WILL AFFECTHILLARY CLINTON'S STANDING

WITH REPUBLICANS IN THEGENERAL ELECTION WHO PRETTY

MUCH ALREADY BELIEVE HER ANHER HUSBAND TO BE TREASONING

MURDERING GRIFTASAURUSES.PERSONALLY, I THINK HER

E-MAIL TROUBLE HELPS SEW UP THESENIOR VOTE, YOU KNOW, THEY CAN

RELATE.

(APPLAUSE)AND BESIDES, IT ONLY REALLY

MATTERS IF HER ACTIONS WERETECHNICALLY RIGHT OR WRONG.

>> A SPOKESPERSON SAID SHEDID ABIDE BY THE SPIRIT AND

LETTER OF THE RULES HERE ATTHE STATE DEPARTMENT.

>> THE LETTER MAYBE, BUT THESPIRIT, WE'LL BE THE JUDGE

OF THAT. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAYTO FIND OUT.

I WILL SUMMON, IF I MAY,THAT SCAMP.

HOLD ON.

THE SPIRIT OF THE RULES, OHGREAT SPIRIT, WE SUPPLICATE

FOR CLARIFICATION.

IT'S HAPPENING!

>> WHO DOES DISTURB THESPIRIT OF THE RULES?

>> Jon: DO YOU THINK HILLARYCLINTON USING PRIVATE

E-MAIL AT HER DISCRETION ASTO WHAT SHE WANTS TO TURN

OVER HONORS THE SPIRIT OFTHE REGULATION?

>> YES, WELL, I BELIEVEPERHAPS SPIRITWISE THE

CLINTON CAMP'S STANCE ON THEREGULATION IS BASICALLY--

(LAUGHTER)>> Jon: THAT SEEMED LIKE

KIND OF A LOWBROW GESTURE FORSUCH AN

ANCIENT AND WISE SPIRIT.

>> OH, REALLY, LET ME SEEWHAT MY HOLY BOOK OF RULES

SAYS ABOUT THAT.

YES.

OH, YES, THERE IT IS.

OH, WHAT'S THIS? OH, LOOK, OH!

>> Jon: SPIRIT OF THE RULES,EVERYBODY, WE'LL BE RIGHT

BACK.

THAT'S JUST WEIRD.

>> Jon: WELCOME BACK.

YOU KNOW, WE ALL WANT OURCHILDREN TO BE SAFE FROM ANY

INFRINGEMENT ON THEIR SECONDAMENDMENT RIGHTS.

LUCKILY LAWMAKERS IN ONESTATE SHARE THAT CONCERN AS

JORDAN KLEPPER REPORTS.

>> DOCTORS, ALL DAY LONGWITH THE DOCTOR TALK.

WHAT ARE YOU EATING?

ARE YOU EXERCISING?

YADDA YADDA YADDA.

FINALLY FLORIDA IS GETTINGTHEM TO SHUT THE [BLEEP] UP

ABOUT ONE SO-CALLED HEALTHHAZARD.

>> GOVERNOR RICK SCOTTSIGNED LEGISLATION THAT

PROHIBITS DOCTORS FROMASKING THEIR PATIENTS IF

THEY OWN GUNS.

>> SECOND AMENDMENT ATTORNEYAND GUN AFFICIONADO NOEL

FLASTERSTEIN EXPLAINS WHY ITIS IMPORTANT TO KEEP DOCTORS

IN CHECK.

>> I DON'T NEED A DOCTORASKING ME ABOUT WHETHER I

OWN FIREARMS OR NOT.

THEY GIVE MISINFORMATION,THEY SAY CHILDREN ARE HARMED,

GUNS ARE DANGER.

YOU CAN ONLY COME TO ONECONCLUSION --

>> THEY'RE LOOKING OUT FOR THEHEALTH AND SAFETY OF A CHILD.

>> NO.

THEY'RE AGAINST OUR SECONDAMENDMENT.

RIGHT.

>> SO THIS LAW WAS ENACTEDTO STOP PHYSICIANS FROM

HARASSING PATIENTS ANDDISCOURAGING GUN OWNERSHIP.

PEDIATRICIAN AND BUZZKILLDR. RICHARDS- ROWLEY.

>> I'M NOT SAYING THAT YOU CAN'THAVE A GUN.

BUT IT'S IMPORTANT TO TALKTO PARENTS ABOUT SAFETY IN

GENERAL.

AND GUN SAFETY IS PART OFKEEPING KIDS SAFE.

>> NAME ONE SCENARIO WHEREYOU WOULD EVER HAVE TO TALK

TO A PATIENT ABOUT GUNS.

>> A SUICIDAL PATIENT.

A TODDLER WHO HAS A PARENTWHO HAS A LOADED GUN IN THE

HOUSE.

A GRANDFATHER WHO WANTS TOTAKE THEIR CHILD OUT

HUNTING.

>> I SAID NAME ONE.

>> SO MAYBE THERE ARE A FEWHYPOTHETICAL SCENARIOS WHERE

GUNS MAY POSE A THREAT TOCHILDREN.

BUT THE REALITY IS QUITEDIFFERENT.

>> PEOPLE WILL GO AND SCREAM ANDCRY THAT OH, CHILDREN, GUNS

HURT CHILDREN.

WELL, YES, IN 2012, OVER3,000 CHILDREN AGES, I

BELIEVE 14 TO 25 WERE KILLEDBY FIREARM HOMICIDES.

>> THAT'S NOT THAT MANY.

>> COMPARED TO AUTOMOBILES,NO, IT'S NOT.

>> THAT'S SMALL, COMPARED TOAUTOMOBILES,

THAT'S LIKE ALMOSTINSIGNIFICANT.

>> I WOULD AGREE.

>> EXCEPT FOR THE FAMILIES OFTHOSE CHILDREN.

>> WELL, OF COURSE.

BUT CHILDREN HAVE ALSO BEENKILLED IN MANY, MANY MORE

TRAGEDIES LIKE DROWNING INPOOLS.

THESE ARE GREATER DANGERS TOOUR CHILDREN THAN FIREARMS

IN THE HOUSE AND GUNS.

>> THEN WHY AREN'T DOCTORSTALKING ABOUT THESE OTHER

DANGERS.

THERE COULD ONLY BE ONEEXPLANATION.

>> YOU'RE ANTI-GUN.

>> I'M NOT ANTI-GUN.

>> WELL IF THAT IS THE CASE, DOTALK ABOUT IF THEY HAVE A

POOL AT HOME.

>> YES.

>> SO ARE YOU ANTI-POOL ASWELL.

>> WE TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING.

WHETHER IT'S GUN SAFETY,WHETHER IT'S POOL SAFETY.

>> NOW THEY'RE COMING AFTEROUR POOLS?

THE POOL INDUSTRY MUST BEPISSED.

I SAT DOWN WITH A POOLSPECIALIST TO HEAR JUST HOW

ANGRY THEY ARE.

>> WE WOULD NEVER DISCOURAGEPEDIATRICIANS TALKING TO

PARENTS ABOUT POOL SAFETY.

>> WHAT?

>> I MEAN, YOU'RE NOT AFRAID THEGOVERNMENT IS GOING TO TAKE

AWAY YOUR RIGHTS?

>> NO.

WHY WOULD THEY-- ANYONE WHOIS-- SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY

SO ANYONE WHO TALKS ABOUTSAFETY IS OKAY WITH US.

>> I GUESS THE POOL GUYSJUST DON'T GET IT BUT GUN

OWNERS HAVE EVEN MORE TOWORRY ABOUT.

>> IF A DOCTOR IS KEEPING ALIST OF HIS PATIENTS WHO

HAVE FIREARMS, THE GREATFEAR IS THAT IF THEY START

COLLECTING THIS DATA, ITLEADS TO DICTATORS, TYRANTS,

HITLER.

>> HOLOCAUST 2.

>> HOLOCAUST W -- EXACTLY.

>> IT WAS ALL STARTING TOMAKE SENSE.

>> WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUTTHE HOLOCAUST.

>> YET.

>> WE'RE TALKING ABOUTSAFETY.

>> WHAT I HEAR IS THAT YOUARE ANTI-SEMI AUTOMATIC.

YOU ARE GOING TO PUT MY NAMEON THE LIST.

>> THERE IS NO LIST.

THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT COMINGTO TAKE YOUR GUNS.

>> SINCE GUN INJURIES AREGOING AREN'T GOING AWAY, HOW

CAN DOCTORS GET AROUND THISGAG ORDER ON GUN TALK?

>> ALL RIGHT CLASS, I HAVE ASHARP PAIN IN MY SIDE,

COULD IT BE FROMSOMETHING THAT I ATE?

>> YES.

>> GUNSHOT WOUND.

>> CAN'T SAY THE G WORD, ALLRIGHT.

LET'S START, TRY SOMETHINGLIKE, LEAD POISONING.

HOW I DID GET LEAD POISONING?

>> FROM A BULLET.

>> NOPE, YOU CAN'T SAY BULLETEITHER.

>> MAYBE IT'S A SECONDAMENDMENT HERITAGE SITE.

>> I STILL THINK IT'S AGUNSHOT WOUND.

>> STOP IT. IT DOESN'T MATTERWHAT YOU THINK.

YOU NEED TO REMEMBER ONEVERY IMPORTANT RULE.

>> DON'T TALK ABOUT GUNS.

>> YOU GUYS ARE GOING TOMAKE ME CRY.

>> MAYBE IT IS A GUNSHOTWOUND.

>> OKAY, WATCH YOUR MOUTH.

>> BUT EVEN FLASTERSTEINCONCEDES IT IS ONE SITUATION

WHEN IT IS APPROPRIATE FORDOCTORS TO TALK TO PATIENTS

ABOUT GUNS IN THE HOME.

>> IF I'M SHOWING SIGNS OFMENTAL ILLNESS, THAT IS A

DIFFERENT STORY.

WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF MENTALILLNESS?

IRRATIONAL FEAR OFNAZIS?

>> WELL, I DON'T KNOW IF YOUCOULD DESCRIBE A FEAR OF NAZIS

AS BEING IRRATIONAL.

>> MAYBE PARANOIA ABOUT BEINGON THE GOVERNMENT'S LIST.

>> WELL, THAT'S-- THAT'S-- IDON'T-- I DON'T THINK THAT'S

PARANOIA.

>> INABILITY TO RECOGNIZEWHEN SOMEONE'S [BLEEP] WITH

YOU?

>> WHAT?

>> DIAGNOSING MENTAL ILLNESSISN'T EASY.

BUT AT LEAST IT'S STILLSOMETHING WE CAN TALK ABOUT

WITH OUR DOCTORS.

>> FOR NOW.

>> JORDAN KLEPPER, WE'LLBE RIGHT BACK.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>> Jon: WELCOME BACK!

MY GUEST TONIGHT, HE WAS THELONG TIME CAPTAIN AND

YOUNGEST CAPTAIN OF THESOVIET UNION'S RED ARMY TEAM

DURING WHICH TIME HE WON TWOOLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS.

HE ALSO WON THREE STANLEY CUPSFROM HIS TIME AT THE NHL

FEATURED IN THE NEW DOCUMENTARYFILM, "RED ARMY."

>> I BELONG TO THE RED NATION.

IF YOU WEAR THE NATIONALUNIFORM, THAT'S YOUR DUTY TO

DO YOUR BEST TO REPRESENT YOURCOUNTRY.

FOR THE SOVIETS, SPORTS WEREIN A WAY A KIND OF WARFARE.

THE GAME FOR THEM WASN'TJUST A GAME, IT WAS ALSO

PART OF WHAT YOU WOULD CALLPROPAGANDA, ACTUALLY.

MAKING VERY CLEAR THAT WE'RETHE BEST AND WE'RE THE BEST

BECAUSE OF THE SOVIET SYSTEM,BECAUSE OF SOCIALISM, THAT'S

WHY WE'RE THE BEST.

>> Jon: BY THE WAY, THATPARADE WAS NOT HOCKEY, THATS

WAS A PARADE.

PLEASE WELCOME VIACHESLAVFETISOV. SIR!

(APPLAUSE)PLEASE, IT'S SO NICE TO SEE

YOU.

I AM A GREAT ADMIRER OF YOU.

NOT JUST AS A HOCKEY PLAYER,BUT FOR YOUR COURAGE.

HOCKEY IN THE '80s AND '90sREALLY DID STAND IN FOR BOTH

OUR COUNTRIES AS A KIND OFPROXY BATTLE OF IDEOLOGIES.

I THINK WE WERE ONE AND TWOIN THAT PROXY BATTLE.

DID YOU FEEL THAT PRESSUREAS WELL IN RUSSIA?

>> YES.

WE WOULD GROW UP TO DREAMABOUT TO PLAY IN THE OLYMPIC

GAMES AND TO REPRESESNT YOURCOUNTRIES.

AND OF COURSE IN MY EXPERIENCE,WAS IN LAKE PLACID IN 1980.

>> 1980. >> YEAH.

AND IT HAPPENED TO BE THEINVASION OF AFGHANISTAN THEN,

THE SITUATION WASN'TTHAT TO TO CELEBRATE SPORTS

AND OLYMPIC MOMENTS, AND FORME IT WAS FIRST EXPERIENCE.

AND THEY PUT US IN A PRISON TOBE -- YOU KNOW IT WAS OLYMPIC

VILLAGE.>> Jon: YES, YES.

SO, THAT WAS A HORRIBLEEXPERIENCE.

>> Jon: WHEN YOU WENT TO THEOLYMPIC VILLAGE THEY PUT YOU

IN A -- WAS THAT THE OLYMPICORGANIZERS PUT YOU THERE,

THE UNITED STATES.

>> YES, YES. IT WAS FOREVERYBODY.

ALL THE DELEGATION WAS LIVING INA SOON TO BE PRISON AFTER THEIR

LEAVE TO THEIR HOMES.>> Jon: RIGHT.

>> AND WE WENT, IT WAS ANASTASIAMY DAUGHTER, LAST YEAR.

>> Jon: YES.

>> TO SEE WHAT EXPERIENCE WASLIKE FOR ME.

>> Jon: YES.

>> AND IT IS STILL A FEDERALPRISON.

>> Jon: IT'S STILL A FEDERALPRISON?

>> YES.

>> Jon: SO HERE'S WHERE IT GETSCRAZY.

SO IF YOU WATCH THISDOCUMENTARY, WE HAD THIS

DEMONIZED VERSION OF WHATTHIS TEAM WAS.

AND WHAT IT REPRESENTED.

THAT YOU GUYS WERE, YOU KNOW, WELIKED TO AND THEN PROBABLY THE

SAME FROM RUSSIA'S SIDE BUT WEHAD THIS SORT OF ROCKY KIND

OF VERSUS DRAGO YOU KNOW KIND OFLIKE, THE TREATMENT THAT YOU

GUYS RECEIVED IN RUSSIA WASREALLY HARSH.

YOU GUYS ON THE RED ARMYTEAM ENDURED REALLY ROUGH

CONDITIONS.

>> YEAH, BUT THAT SYSTEM TO THECOACHES TO CONTROL

THE PLAYERS AND WE LIVED 11MONTHS A YEAR AT TRAINING CAMP.

>> Jon: YOU TRAINED FOR 11MONTHS A YEAR?

>> YEAH, AND THEY GOT THE ONEMONTH VACATION AND THEY GOT

PROBABLY TWO OR THREE TIMES AMONTH TO SEE THE FAMILY.

THAT IS THE PRICE YOU PAY.

>> Jon: AND IT ALSO, YOUKNOW, IT WAS INTERESTING

BECAUSE COMING FROM THESOVIET SYSTEM OF HOCKEY,

SO THEY WERE KNOWN AS,THERE WAS THE FIVE THERE

WAS YOURSELF, LARIANOV.

>> MAKAROV, KRUTOV, KASATONOV.

>> Jon: MAYBE THE BEST FIVETHAT'S EVER PLAYED TOGETHER IN

THE WORLD.

THEY DID A SYSTEM WHERE THEYPLAYED THE FIVE SHIFTS.

IN AMERICA, THEY DON'TUSUALLY SHIFT OUT ALL FIVE.

WHEN YOU GUYS GOT SENT TODIFFERENT TEAMS, NOBODY,

EVERYBODY STRUGGLED.>> YES.

> Jon: WHEN YOU RECONNECTED ANDJOINED THE RED WINGS

TOGETHER. IT WAS --

>> IT WAS LIKE YOU PUT A FISHBACK TO THE WATER.

>> Jon: AS A HOCKEY FAN, IT WASREALLY, IT WAS FUN TO WATCH.

>> AND IN SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLEIN DETROIT, THEIR TEAM AND

RUSSIAN FIGHT -- IT WASINCREDIBLE.

>> Jon: RIGHT.

>> I MEAN, AND I WILL NEVERFORGET THIS.

WHEN WE WON THE FIRST CUP,AND I RECEIVED THE

20,000 HAPPIEST PEOPLE INTHE WORLD JUST TO CELEBRATE.

>> Jon: YES.

>> IT WAS THE FIRST STANLEYCUP IN 42 YEARS.

AND THEN 1.5 MILLION PEOPLEIN THE PARADE. I MEAN, IT'S --

>> Jon: INCREDIBLE.

>> AND THE SIGN, PEOPLE WITHTHE SIGN AND ARE LIKE I'M GOING

NAME ALL MY CHILDREN VIACHESLAV.

>> SO NOW, BUT NOW, YOU'VE GONEBACK TO RUSSIA. THERE HAS BEEN A

RECONCILIATION.

YOU ARE THE HEAD OF THE MINISTRYOF SPORT.

>> YEAH, I WAS MINISTER FORALMOST SEVEN YEARS.

>> Jon: OKAY SO, THAT ISDONE NOW.

BUT THAT WAS A BIG JOB.

>> YEAH. WE BUILD A LOT FOR THEKIDS, ESPECIALLY TO JOIN SPORTS,

TO HAVE A CHANCE TO-- YOUKNOW, NEW CONDITIONS TO JOIN THE

GAME OF THE HOCKEY OR SOCCER.>> Jon: RIGHT. RIGHT.

>> WE BUILD THE SWIMMING POOLS.WE SUPPORT VETERANS.

AND WE DID A LOT.>> Jon: RIGHT, RIGHT, RIGHT.

>> AND WE BROUGHT THE OLYMPICGAMES TO RUSSIA.

>> Jon: TO SOCHI. YEAH.

>> SOCHI WAS A BIG PRIDE OFRUSSIA. WE DID A GOOD JOB

AND WON THE METAL COUNT.

>> Jon: ARE YOU WORRIED WEARE GOING BACK TO THE DAY OF

MORE POISONOUS RHETORICBETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES?

>> YES.

>> Jon: AND MISUNDERSTANDINGEACH OTHER IN A WAY THAT IS

DANGEROUS.

>> YES, JON, IT IS, WORLD IS SOFRAGILE AND I TRAVEL A LOT,

I TALK TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE AND IFEEL

SOMETHING NOT GOINGWELL, AND THAT IS WHY I'M HERE.

AND THANKFULLY INVITE ME.

AND I THINK WE SHOULD BUILD MOREBRIDGES BETWEEN OUR COUNTRIES.

>> Jon: I THINK THE TWO OFUS TOGETHER, NOT ONLY SHARE,

I THINK, OUR ATHLETICPROWESS, BUT ALSO WHAT IS

BEAUTIFUL ABOUT THIS FILM IS YOUUNDERSTAND THE HUMAN QUALITY

OF THE PEOPLE BEHIND THESYSTEM, UNDERNEATH THE

SYSTEM.

IT HUMANIZES IT IN A WAY ANDHOPEFULLY YOU SPENDING TIME

HERE HUMANIZED OUR SYSTEM INA WAY.

AND I JUST HOPE WE'RE IN THERETURNING TO THAT ERA.

>> I HOPE TOO. I HOPE TOO, JON.

>> Jon: ALRIGHT. WELL, IF YOUSEE MR. PUTIN, TELL HIM

WE'RE REALLY AWFULLY NICE,

AND IF HE WOULD LIKE TO COMEON THE SHOW,

HE DOESN'T HAVE TO WEAR A SHIRT.

HE COULD DO WHATEVER HEWANTS.

(LAUGHTER)(APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: RED ARMY, IN SELECTCITIES AND MORE IN THE NEXT

WEEK. VIACHESLAV FETISOV. SIR!

>> THAT'S OUR SHOW.

HERE IT IS, YOUR MOMENT OF ZEN.

>> WHAT HILLARY DID WASCOMPLETELY COMPLIANT.

IT WAS EXACTLY WHAT EVERYBODYELSE HAS DONE WHO'S HAD THAT

JOB, AND REPUBLICANS ARE NOWHYPERVENTILATING ONE HOUR

AND THEN WETTING THE BED THENEXT, SO GET THEM A BROWN

PAPER BAG OR DEPENDS ORSOMETHING.

>> WOW.

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