Tucker Carlson debated Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) over remarks Hillary Clinton made in the wake of the Las Vegas music festival massacre. "The crowd fled at the sound of gunshots. Imagine the deaths if the shooter had a silencer, which the NRA wants to make easier to get," Clinton wrote on Twitter. Swalwell first thanked first responders for their heroic actions, but said he understood Clinton's point. Carlson said Clinton's criticism of silencers was misguided, as no silencer or suppressor could truly silence a high caliber automatic rifle. "Do you think she thinks a silencer would make a rifle silent? If she thinks that, maybe she shouldn't be weighing in on it," Carlson said Carlson said he was familiar with similar types of weapons saying that even with a su...
Mark Steyn joined Tucker Carlson to riff on Hillary Clinton, who is charging hundreds of dollars for the chance to meet her at a book signing and a meet-and-greet. Clinton's new book, "What Happened," which chronicles the election she lost to President Trump, will be released soon. Carlson said that for $125, people could come to New York City for a book signing. Or, for $2400, they could head to Toronto to meet Mrs. Clinton. Steyn noted how Carlson compared the prices to that of a Broadway show, saying that at the New York appearance, attendees might get a "restricted view of a full chorus of Macedonian content farmers dancing behind her, explaining why she lost the election." Clinton once blamed "fake news sites" in the Balkan nation for causing her to lose the election. C
On his Fox News show Tuesday night, host tucker Carlson invited foreign policy hawk Ret. Lt. Col. Ralph Peters to debate how America should be handling various foreign powers, including Iraq, Iran, Syria, and others. When the conversation turned to Russia and Vladimir Putin, things got particularly tense, with Peters at one point comparing Carlson to a Nazi apologist and Carlson slamming Peters for his "insane" rhetoric. "Our president seems determined to do anything he can with the Russians, and the Russians hate us — Vladimir Putin hates us," said Peters. "He is malevolent and he is as close to pure evil as I can find. He's also brilliant. I don't understand why any American would want an alliance with Russia. We should be strengthening our alliance with democracies. Instead of trashi
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