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Dec 6, 2018 21:34:07   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and hasn’t kept his promises

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/tucker-carlson-says-trump-is-‘not-capable’-and-hasn’t-kept-his-promises/ar-BBQB8Vd?ocid=spartandhp
Full interview: https://www.weltwoche.ch/ausgaben/2018-49/artikel/trump-is-not-capable-die-weltwoche-ausgabe-49-2018.html

Deanna Pau...2-3 hrs. ago

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson set straight any misinformation concerning his views on President Trump: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said during an interview on Tuesday.

Urs Gehriger, an editor at “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language opinion weekly, noted that Carlson’s new book, “Ship of Fools,” is silent on Trump but comments on his critics. And so, Gehriger jump-started the conversation by asking what Carlson thought of Trump’s first two years in office.

Carlson said he cannot stand Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting. Then, when asked whether Trump has kept his promises, the usually quick-witted and long-winded Carlson had just one word: “No.”

Although it has a variety of voices, Fox News Channel has become the outlet often aligned with the current administration, at least in prime time.
Hosts such as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro have taken near-unequivocal positions in support of Trump and against “the liberal left.” Hannity has even joined Trump on the campaign stage.

Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

“His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

“He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

For the Fox News host, that issue is immigration.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump previously reported that since taking over the prime-time slot left vacant by Greta Van Susteren when she departed the network shortly before the 2016 election, Carlson has been “a fervent advocate for Trump’s hard-right position on immigration.”

The interview, which ran 45 minutes past its allotted time, covered wide-ranging discussion points, some as striking as Carlson’s outspoken comments about the president.

For starters, he called Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and her socialist group “the future.” He also criticized the Republican Party, suggesting that it “will die” if it doesn’t begin to fairly represent middle-class American voters.

“The elite in our country is physically separated in a way that’s very unhealthy for a democracy,” he said. Rural America is “really falling apart,” he said, adding that “if you’re running the country, you should have a sense of that."

Gehriger said Carlson sounded like a “renegade.”

“He was so tough” on Trump, he told The Post. “He was nobody’s cheerleader. For a person who is so successful on Fox News, I didn’t expect him to be so outspoken."
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Deanna Paul is a Washington Post journalist, a former New York City prosecutor...where she handled child homicides, violent crimes against children and other felony sex crimes, and an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Fordham University’s School of Law.

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Dec 6, 2018 21:50:50   #
padremike (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and hasn’t kept his promises

Deanna Pau

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson set straight any misinformation concerning his views on President Trump: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said during an interview on Tuesday.

Urs Gehriger, an editor at “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language opinion weekly, noted that Carlson’s new book, “Ship of Fools,” is silent on Trump but comments on his critics. And so, Gehriger jump-started the conversation by asking what Carlson thought of Trump’s first two years in office.

Carlson said he cannot stand Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting. Then, when asked whether Trump has kept his promises, the usually quick-witted and long-winded Carlson had just one word: “No.”

Although it has a variety of voices, Fox News Channel has become the outlet often aligned with the current administration, at least in prime time.
Hosts such as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro have taken near-unequivocal positions in support of Trump and against “the liberal left.” Hannity has even joined Trump on the campaign stage.

Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

“His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

“He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

For the Fox News host, that issue is immigration.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump previously reported that since taking over the prime-time slot left vacant by Greta Van Susteren when she departed the network shortly before the 2016 election, Carlson has been “a fervent advocate for Trump’s hard-right position on immigration.”

The interview, which ran 45 minutes past its allotted time, covered wide-ranging discussion points, some as striking as Carlson’s outspoken comments about the president.

For starters, he called Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and her socialist group “the future.” He also criticized the Republican Party, suggesting that it “will die” if it doesn’t begin to fairly represent middle-class American voters.

“The elite in our country is physically separated in a way that’s very unhealthy for a democracy,” he said. Rural America is “really falling apart,” he said, adding that “if you’re running the country, you should have a sense of that."

Gehriger said Carlson sounded like a “renegade.”

“He was so tough” on Trump, he told The Post. “He was nobody’s cheerleader. For a person who is so successful on Fox News, I didn’t expect him to be so outspoken."
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Deanna Paul is a Washington Post journalist, a former New York City prosecutor...where she handled child homicides, violent crimes against children and other felony sex crimes, and an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Fordham University’s School of Law.
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and has... (show quote)


If factual, Tucker must be packing a resume for a position at CNN. If the inference is that Trump has not kept promises then that inference is false.

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Dec 6, 2018 21:56:33   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and hasn’t kept his promises

Deanna Pau

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson set straight any misinformation concerning his views on President Trump: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said during an interview on Tuesday.

Urs Gehriger, an editor at “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language opinion weekly, noted that Carlson’s new book, “Ship of Fools,” is silent on Trump but comments on his critics. And so, Gehriger jump-started the conversation by asking what Carlson thought of Trump’s first two years in office.

Carlson said he cannot stand Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting. Then, when asked whether Trump has kept his promises, the usually quick-witted and long-winded Carlson had just one word: “No.”

Although it has a variety of voices, Fox News Channel has become the outlet often aligned with the current administration, at least in prime time.
Hosts such as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro have taken near-unequivocal positions in support of Trump and against “the liberal left.” Hannity has even joined Trump on the campaign stage.

Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

“His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

“He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

For the Fox News host, that issue is immigration.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump previously reported that since taking over the prime-time slot left vacant by Greta Van Susteren when she departed the network shortly before the 2016 election, Carlson has been “a fervent advocate for Trump’s hard-right position on immigration.”

The interview, which ran 45 minutes past its allotted time, covered wide-ranging discussion points, some as striking as Carlson’s outspoken comments about the president.

For starters, he called Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and her socialist group “the future.” He also criticized the Republican Party, suggesting that it “will die” if it doesn’t begin to fairly represent middle-class American voters.

“The elite in our country is physically separated in a way that’s very unhealthy for a democracy,” he said. Rural America is “really falling apart,” he said, adding that “if you’re running the country, you should have a sense of that."

Gehriger said Carlson sounded like a “renegade.”

“He was so tough” on Trump, he told The Post. “He was nobody’s cheerleader. For a person who is so successful on Fox News, I didn’t expect him to be so outspoken."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Deanna Paul is a Washington Post journalist, a former New York City prosecutor...where she handled child homicides, violent crimes against children and other felony sex crimes, and an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Fordham University’s School of Law.
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and has... (show quote)


I dont know what Planet your Deanna Paul lives on I listen Tucker Carlson every single night...Tucker Carlson never said that Trump is "not capable",and he would NEVER EVER call Ocasio_ Cortez and her socialist Bolshevics "the future"...He always made a fun of her stupidity...That is why most people HATE MSM because they are bunch of lying HACKS!!!

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Dec 6, 2018 21:58:34   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
padremike wrote:
If factual, Tucker must be packing a resume for a position at CNN. If the inference is that Trump has not kept promises then that inference is false.


Its not factual,Mike...Consider the source....

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Dec 6, 2018 22:02:41   #
Crayons (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and hasn’t kept his promises

Deanna Pau

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson set straight any misinformation concerning his views on President Trump: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said during an interview on Tuesday.

Urs Gehriger, an editor at “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language opinion weekly, noted that Carlson’s new book, “Ship of Fools,” is silent on Trump but comments on his critics. And so, Gehriger jump-started the conversation by asking what Carlson thought of Trump’s first two years in office.

Carlson said he cannot stand Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting. Then, when asked whether Trump has kept his promises, the usually quick-witted and long-winded Carlson had just one word: “No.”

Although it has a variety of voices, Fox News Channel has become the outlet often aligned with the current administration, at least in prime time.
Hosts such as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro have taken near-unequivocal positions in support of Trump and against “the liberal left.” Hannity has even joined Trump on the campaign stage.

Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

“His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

“He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

For the Fox News host, that issue is immigration.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump previously reported that since taking over the prime-time slot left vacant by Greta Van Susteren when she departed the network shortly before the 2016 election, Carlson has been “a fervent advocate for Trump’s hard-right position on immigration.”

The interview, which ran 45 minutes past its allotted time, covered wide-ranging discussion points, some as striking as Carlson’s outspoken comments about the president.

For starters, he called Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and her socialist group “the future.” He also criticized the Republican Party, suggesting that it “will die” if it doesn’t begin to fairly represent middle-class American voters.

“The elite in our country is physically separated in a way that’s very unhealthy for a democracy,” he said. Rural America is “really falling apart,” he said, adding that “if you’re running the country, you should have a sense of that."

Gehriger said Carlson sounded like a “renegade.”

“He was so tough” on Trump, he told The Post. “He was nobody’s cheerleader. For a person who is so successful on Fox News, I didn’t expect him to be so outspoken."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Deanna Paul is a Washington Post journalist, a former New York City prosecutor...where she handled child homicides, violent crimes against children and other felony sex crimes, and an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Fordham University’s School of Law.
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and has... (show quote)

Total Disinformation from Jeff Beelzebubs WAPO...And You Hippy's wonder why Civil War is fixin to, Come-a-Callin

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Dec 6, 2018 22:04:22   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and hasn’t kept his promises

Deanna Pau

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson set straight any misinformation concerning his views on President Trump: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said during an interview on Tuesday.

Urs Gehriger, an editor at “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language opinion weekly, noted that Carlson’s new book, “Ship of Fools,” is silent on Trump but comments on his critics. And so, Gehriger jump-started the conversation by asking what Carlson thought of Trump’s first two years in office.

Carlson said he cannot stand Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting. Then, when asked whether Trump has kept his promises, the usually quick-witted and long-winded Carlson had just one word: “No.”

Although it has a variety of voices, Fox News Channel has become the outlet often aligned with the current administration, at least in prime time.
Hosts such as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro have taken near-unequivocal positions in support of Trump and against “the liberal left.” Hannity has even joined Trump on the campaign stage.

Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

“His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

“He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

For the Fox News host, that issue is immigration.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump previously reported that since taking over the prime-time slot left vacant by Greta Van Susteren when she departed the network shortly before the 2016 election, Carlson has been “a fervent advocate for Trump’s hard-right position on immigration.”

The interview, which ran 45 minutes past its allotted time, covered wide-ranging discussion points, some as striking as Carlson’s outspoken comments about the president.

For starters, he called Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and her socialist group “the future.” He also criticized the Republican Party, suggesting that it “will die” if it doesn’t begin to fairly represent middle-class American voters.

“The elite in our country is physically separated in a way that’s very unhealthy for a democracy,” he said. Rural America is “really falling apart,” he said, adding that “if you’re running the country, you should have a sense of that."

Gehriger said Carlson sounded like a “renegade.”

“He was so tough” on Trump, he told The Post. “He was nobody’s cheerleader. For a person who is so successful on Fox News, I didn’t expect him to be so outspoken."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Deanna Paul is a Washington Post journalist, a former New York City prosecutor...where she handled child homicides, violent crimes against children and other felony sex crimes, and an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Fordham University’s School of Law.
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and has... (show quote)


Thanks for posting this I saw it on CBS but couldn't get it to copy. I guess Antifa threats and Disney as his new boss has Tucker tuckin his tail between his legs and falling in line.

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Dec 6, 2018 22:05:53   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
I dont know what Planet your Deanna Paul lives on I listen Tucker Carlson every single night...Tucker Carlson never said that Trump is "not capable",and he would NEVER EVER call Ocasio_ Cortez and her socialist Bolshevics "the future"...He always made a fun of her stupidity...That is why most people HATE MSM because they are bunch of lying HACKS!!!


It was on CBS, too. I guess Antifa threats and Disney as his new boss has Tucker firmly leashed. Another one bites the dust

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Dec 6, 2018 22:08:00   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
padremike wrote:
If factual, Tucker must be packing a resume for a position at CNN. If the inference is that Trump has not kept promises then that inference is false.

Sorry that I didn't put the link up initially, Mike, as it caught me completely off-guard. But, it's up now within the initial post.

Also: https://www.yahoo.com/news/potentially-big-sign-trouble-trump-233000077.html

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Dec 6, 2018 22:09:25   #
Wolf counselor (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and hasn’t kept his promises

Deanna Pau

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson set straight any misinformation concerning his views on President Trump: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said during an interview on Tuesday.

Urs Gehriger, an editor at “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language opinion weekly, noted that Carlson’s new book, “Ship of Fools,” is silent on Trump but comments on his critics. And so, Gehriger jump-started the conversation by asking what Carlson thought of Trump’s first two years in office.

Carlson said he cannot stand Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting. Then, when asked whether Trump has kept his promises, the usually quick-witted and long-winded Carlson had just one word: “No.”

Although it has a variety of voices, Fox News Channel has become the outlet often aligned with the current administration, at least in prime time.
Hosts such as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro have taken near-unequivocal positions in support of Trump and against “the liberal left.” Hannity has even joined Trump on the campaign stage.

Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

“His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

“He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

For the Fox News host, that issue is immigration.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump previously reported that since taking over the prime-time slot left vacant by Greta Van Susteren when she departed the network shortly before the 2016 election, Carlson has been “a fervent advocate for Trump’s hard-right position on immigration.”

The interview, which ran 45 minutes past its allotted time, covered wide-ranging discussion points, some as striking as Carlson’s outspoken comments about the president.

For starters, he called Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and her socialist group “the future.” He also criticized the Republican Party, suggesting that it “will die” if it doesn’t begin to fairly represent middle-class American voters.

“The elite in our country is physically separated in a way that’s very unhealthy for a democracy,” he said. Rural America is “really falling apart,” he said, adding that “if you’re running the country, you should have a sense of that."

Gehriger said Carlson sounded like a “renegade.”

“He was so tough” on Trump, he told The Post. “He was nobody’s cheerleader. For a person who is so successful on Fox News, I didn’t expect him to be so outspoken."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Deanna Paul is a Washington Post journalist, a former New York City prosecutor...where she handled child homicides, violent crimes against children and other felony sex crimes, and an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Fordham University’s School of Law.
Tucker Carlson says Trump is ‘not capable’ and has... (show quote)


Tucker is speaking the truth and I agree with him 100 percent.

Obammycare has NOT been repealed.

Planned Parenthood has NOT been defunded.

And the border is a joke with absolutely NO punchline.

I believe that if he could, Trump would follow through with all he has promised.

But as Tucker says, he's just not capable.

He's between a rock and a hard place.

The republican party is the rock.

The democrats are the hard place.

They hate Trump because he's everything they will never be.

So they will allow this country to slide right into the abyss simply because they're an envious confederacy of dunces.

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Dec 6, 2018 22:21:27   #
padremike (a regular here)
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
Tucker is speaking the truth and I agree with him 100 percent.

Obammycare has NOT been repealed.

Planned Parenthood has NOT been defunded.

And the border is a joke with absolutely NO punchline.

I believe that if he could, Trump would follow through with all he has promised.

But as Tucker says, he's just not capable.

He's between a rock and a hard place.

The republican party is the rock.

The democrats are the hard place.

They hate Trump because he's everything they will never be.

So they will allow this country to slide right into the abyss simply because they're an envious confederacy of dunces.
Tucker is speaking the truth and I agree with him ... (show quote)


We expect nothing less from your jaundiced opinion. You are entitled to that opinion regardless how ridiculous it may be.

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Dec 6, 2018 22:35:31   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
debeda wrote:
It was on CBS, too. I guess Antifa threats and Disney as his new boss has Tucker firmly leashed. Another one bites the dust


When????

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Dec 6, 2018 22:40:00   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
P-R, read the entire interview with Tucker. It was late being listed near the top of my initial post.

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Dec 6, 2018 22:42:28   #
padremike (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Sorry that I didn't put the link up initially, Mike, as it caught me completely off-guard. But, it's up now within the initial post.

Also: https://www.yahoo.com/news/potentially-big-sign-trouble-trump-233000077.html


The date of the article is today. It should have time to percolate before air time tomorrow at which time Tucker may confirm, deny or clarify.

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Dec 6, 2018 22:43:40   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
When????


I saw it on the Google feed and it was cited to CBS tonight

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Dec 6, 2018 22:48:51   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
debeda wrote:
It was on CBS, too. I guess Antifa threats and Disney as his new boss has Tucker firmly leashed. Another one bites the dust


The interview is going to be on tomorrow on CBS......Im pretty sure its not accurate...Im going to watch it tomrrow,,,

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