Tucker Carlson said that Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez "has a very good point" about Amazon getting large tax breaks after the company announced it would build half of its newest HQ site in the New York City borough of Queens.
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Tucker Carlson reacted Tuesday to reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may soon issue more indictments in his probe of President Trump and Russia.
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that if Special Counsel Robert Mueller's most powerful charges are for false statements and focus on Trump-supporting figures, it would be like "shooting the wounded."
Conservative writer and "Rush Limbaugh Show" guest host Mark Steyn reacted to talk that 2008 Democratic presidential candidate and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may be considering a third run for the high office.
Former immigration judge Andrew Arthur said Friday on Tucker Carlson Tonight that the new asylum policy put in place by the Trump administration is the "best possible solution" to the disorder at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Tucker Carlson said that there were "no obvious takeaways" from the mixed results of Tuesday's election, but some "very useful lessons."
Tammy Bruce joined Tucker Carlson to react to the Senate Judiciary Committee referring a woman to the FBI for “materially false statements” when she accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of raping her.
Tucker Carlson said Monday that three major issues will decide the midterm elections: immigration, the economy and nationalism.
Syndicated radio host Dennis Prager said that President Trump is driving the left crazy and drawing the line for being unapologetic in his words and actions.
In his opening monologue Thursday, Tucker Carlson called out the mainstream media and Democrats for increasingly embracing identity politics.
Tucker Carlson called out on Wednesday what he described as the "relentless dishonesty" from media outlets on the migrant caravan headed toward the southern border.
Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that "creepy porn lawyer" Michael Avenatti is seeking "refuge in audacity" after it was reported that he's gearing up for a potential presidential run.