Tucker: We Are Witnessing 'The End of the Clinton Era'
Tucker Carlson said that 25 years ago this month, then-Gov. Bill Clinton (D-Ark.) was elected president of the United States, thereby beginning the Clinton Era in America.
Carlson said that this month, the "Clinton dynasty" is collapsing, a quarter century after Clinton bested President George H.W. Bush on November 3, 1992.
He said that the comments by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), saying Clinton should've been held accountable for accusations of sexual misconduct against him in the 1990s, helps highlight how we are seeing the end of their era.
Carlson discussed the Clinton Era's end with Chris Hahn, a former aide to Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and a longtime Clinton supporter.
Carlson said that the Clintons' "acolytes," have defended the former president against allegations of sexual assault and misconduct, but with Gillibrand, Donna Brazile and left-wing columnists speaking out, their days ruling the Democratic party are over.
But, Carlson agreed with Hahn in that, by 2020, a new leader of the Democratic Party will be de facto chosen when the party nominates its opponent to President Trump.
He also played clips of the most notable moments of "the Clinton dynasty" - including Clinton's denial that "I did not have sexual relations with that woman," his speech about coming from "a place called Hope" and Hillary's declaration that Trump supporters belong in "a basket of deplorables."
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