Tucker Carlson faced off with a liberal radio host over an ACLU ad that compares Brett Kavanaugh to Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby and other powerful men who have faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
Tucker Carlson is the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, weeknights at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel (FNC).
He joined the network in 2009 as a contributor.
On his program each night, Carlson features powerful analysis and spirited debates with guests from across the political and cultural spectrum. Bringing his signature style to tackle issues largely uncovered by the media, Carlson challenges political correctness and media bias with segments like “Campus Craziness” and “TwitterStorm.”
Prior to the launch of his primetime program, Carlson served as a co-host of FOX & Friends Weekend(weekends 6-10AM/ET). He also provided analysis for America's Election Headquarterson primary and caucus nights, including the 2016 and 2012 presidential elections, as well as the 2014 midterm election. In addition, he also produced an FNC special, "Fighting for Our Children's Minds," in 2010.
Before joining 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 Roomand went on to become co-host of CNN's Crossfire until its 2005 cancellation. In 2003, he wrote an autobiography about his cable news experience titled “Politicians, Partisans and Parasites: My Adventures in Cable News.” Additionally, Carlson founded and acted 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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Former Trump National Security official Michael Anton discussed Monday the left's "Gillibrand Standard," where mere accusations seem to suffice in order to deem someone guilty.
Tucker Carlson said Monday it is evident that Democrats are "not looking for justice" for victimized women through their actions in the Kavanaugh nominating process.
Tucker Carlson on Friday declared Sen. Jeff Flake the "ringmaster of the partisan circus" after he called for an FBI investigation into Brett Kavanaugh.
Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz said Thursday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that the Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans' chosen questioner did not act effectively during the Kavanaugh hearing.
Tucker Carlson said Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh "emerged transformed" as he engaged with critical Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.
Tucker Carlson blasted attorney Michael Avenatti -- who he dubbed the "Creepy Porn Lawyer" -- for claiming to be able to control how the vetting process works for accusations of sexual misconduct.
Tucker Carlson reacted to Stormy Daniels' lawyer inserting himself in the debate over Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
Tucker Carlson said Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono has become a left-wing "folk hero" for inventing a new system of justice in the United States, where men are presumed guilty and the accused must prove their innocence.