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Tucker: ‘Real Tragedy’ of Trump’s Tweets Is That They Distract From His Agenda

Tucker: ‘Real Tragedy’ of Trump’s Tweets Is That They Distract From His Agenda

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Tucker Carlson says the "real tragedy" of President Trump's tweets about MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski is that they're distracting from his agenda. In his opening monologue tonight, Tucker said the left is angry at Trump not because he's offensive or vulgar, but because he's a threat to them and their beliefs. "They hate Trump because he's a nationalist who says the interests of America and its people ought to come first," Tucker said. "That's fine. Let them hate him for that. The rest of the country loves it." He said the tweets, however, are an unhelpful and unnecessary diversion from Trump's agenda of helping the American middle class. "When the president talks about the people who elected him, he wins. When he talks about himself, the left does," Tucke
Tucker vs. Sessions Opponent: ‘Do You Have Evidence or Did You Hear It on MSNBC ?’

Tucker vs. Sessions Opponent: ‘Do You Have Evidence or Did You Hear It on MSNBC ?’

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    Tucker Carlson debated a national security analyst who said Attorney General Jeff Sessions must resign. Arash Aramesh said Sessions should resign because he allegedly worked with the help of the Russians to get President Trump elected. Appearing to refer to Sessions, Gen. Michael Flynn and others, Aramesh said the men "thought it would be a good idea to get help from a foreign adversary to get their guy elected because Hillary Clinton was a nasty woman." "They're going to pay for it," Aramesh said. Carlson said there was no proof that Sessions colluded with Russia, and dismissed Tuesday's hearing as a charade. "Do you have any evidence at all, or is this just something you heard on MSNBC?" he asked. Aramesh said there is "circumstantial evidenc...