TIME Inc. editor-in-chief John Huey got off on the wrong foot when he sat down to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin, along with Time managing editor Rick Stengel and deputy managing editor Adi Ignatius. According to a "full and complete" transcript of the interview that first turned up on a New Zealand Web site, Huey started off a question about the Cold War by saying, "You were born in 1946 - I was born in 1948. We belong to the same generation." Putin gives the correct year of his birth, 1952.
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