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Tucker Carlson and Mark Steyn discussed Hillary Clinton's new book, "What Happened," which chronicles the 2016 election.

Carlson called it a continuation of "Hillary Clinton's epic cross-country blame tour."

"She insists 'what happened' is everyone else screwed up or was out to get her," Carlson said.

Steyn, a columnist and "Rush Limbaugh Show" guest host, said she reminded him of O.J. Simpson, who famously vowed to search for the "real killers" after his acquittal.

"The wider she looks for the 'real killers' of her campaign, the more you suspect the answer is closer to home," he said.

Steyn scoffed at Clinton's claim that the media chose to follow who she called the "reality show candidate" President Trump.

As an immigrant to America himself, Steyn said our Republic should be appalled that she and former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) were even considered.

Steyn said a Clinton dynasty was too much like his former country's monarchy, and that she and Bush "should know" that they aren't necessary to carry on a successful society.

"[Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush] weren't so indispensable that we need a third [Bush]. Carry on, you creeps," he said.

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