WATCH: Tucker Carlson Explains Why He Did Not Challenge Putin: ‘Every leader kills people’

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FILE - Tucker Carlson attends the final round of the Bedminster Invitational LIV Golf tournament in Bedminster, N.J., July 31, 2022. A racist text message from Tucker Carlson is what helped drive the commentator's ouster from Fox News, The New York Times reports. The Times says that in a text uncovered as part of a recent defamation lawsuit, the former Fox host lamented how supporters of former President Donald Trump ganged up to beat a protester. “It's not how white men fight,” Carlson wrote. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

(VINnews) — In this clip from the World Government Summit, Tucker Carlson attempts to explain why he asked softball questions to Vladimir Putin and did not challenge him on murdering his opponents and suppressing his people. He essentially said that all leaders are guilty of the heinous crimes that Putin has committed, including the US government.

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Tzeflootcht
Tzeflootcht
14 days ago

I used to be a big fan of Tucker Carlson and I still think that he has a lot of good points but since he left fox he made a lot of very disturbing comments and I think that people should do some research and think twice before believing everything that he says

John Kirby
John Kirby
14 days ago

Tucker is MAGA madman.

Shmuley
Shmuley
14 days ago

High point of Tucker’s career when he said on tape, “Trump is an idiot.”

Pd f
Pd f
14 days ago

Another useful idiot

get it straight
get it straight
14 days ago

hes not wrong.to be blunt its more open in Russia that they will block speech that’s against the leader. in america is the same thing, its just more hidden, but now things are being exposed since trump came into power in 2016

Paul Near Philadelphia
Paul Near Philadelphia
13 days ago

Good solid mainstream Republican.

Conservative Carl
Conservative Carl
13 days ago

Is he a Clinton supporter all of a sudden?