A Harvard Law professor said Hillary Clinton can still be made president if the Trump-Russia collusion story ends with a certain conclusion.
Tucker Carlson is the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, weeknights at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel (FNC).
He joined FNC in 2009 as a contributor.
While at FNC, Carlson has provided live coverage of several political events, including immigration reform, the 2012 presidential election and the trial of former U.S. Senator John Edwards. He also produced an FNC special, "Fighting for Our Children’s Minds," in 2010.
Prior to FNC, Carlson hosted, Tucker, on MSNBC from 2005-2008 and PBS' Tucker Carlson: Unfiltered. He joined CNN in 2000 as its youngest anchor ever co-hosting The Spin Room and went on to become co-host of CNN's Crossfire until its cancellation in 2005. In 2003, he wrote an autobiography about his cable news experience titled "Politicians, Partisans and Parasites: My Adventures in Cable News." Additionally, Carlson serves as editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller, a political news website he launched in 2010.
Carlson graduated with a B.A. in history from Trinity College.
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Tucker Carlson debated a former Clinton adviser over whether the former first lady's involvement in the Uranium One deal was as important as Russian collusion claims against President Trump.
Radio host Tammy Bruce reacted to celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom reportedly trying to use money to manipulate the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Brit Hume said tax cuts sound very promising to the average voter, but that President Trump may have a harder time selling them to Democratic legislators.
Tucker Carlson criticized high-profile feminist attorney Lisa Bloom for temporarily defending disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Radio host Chris Plante said Hollywood and the media are being hypocritical in their handling of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Singer Joy Villa said sexual harassment and rape are deeply ingrained in the entertainment world, as evidenced by the fall of Harvey Weinstein.
Tucker Carlson said NBC News president Noah Oppenheim should resign or be fired immediately for punting on reporting Ronan Farrow's explosive story on Harvey Weinstein.
Tucker Carlson criticized Hollywood and several members of the media and political sphere for all but enabling Harvey Weinstein to continue his alleged habit of sexually assaulting women.
Mark Steyn reacted to the Harvey Weinstein scandal on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Tucker Carlson said the bigger scandal in the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault case is the lack of action or reaction to his allegations.
Tucker Carlson debated former Clinton campaign adviser Richard Goodstein on Hillary's delayed response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal.