Tucker Carlson reportedly tossed Trump in his private while ignoring one of his calls

Tucker Carlson reportedly tossed Trump in his private while ignoring one of his calls ...

In a new, explosive, three-part video, The New York Times reveals how Tucker Carlson, in their words, became Trump''s successor. That''s why the Fox News host was able to position himself as a de facto leader of the Republican Party when he left office in disgrace and banned from many social media. It''s an exhaustive study, detailing five years of his weekly nighttime show.

Some interesting facts from anonymous Fox News sources are spooked. Carlson, who has occasionally criticized Trump but is more often there to do his bid, and suggests that he support certain politicians differently when not on air.

According to a source, Mr. Carlson mocked the president''s habit of phoning to stop off his on-air attacks, referring to how Trump might sometimes enter his show to pre-emptively defend a sure-to-be-disparaged policy move.

Carlson''s actions aren''t all, according to the truth. At one point, he simply refused to follow the then-presidents'' calls.

Will this enrage Trump? Will the partially exiled former president do what he did with House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and forgive him his trespasses, perhaps because he realizes even he cant alienate big honchos in his party? In the meantime, a three-part report on Carlson examines how the host has spent years poisoning his viewers, making them think they are victims under attack and putting them in a conspiracy theory, all while downplaying things like the Capitol attack

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