Clinton-era Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr said Monday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that he has "concerns" about the team surrounding Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
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Tucker Carlson on Thursday battled Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) over calls from the left to oust President Donald Trump from office.
Author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that President Trump can move forward with his proposed border wall without Congress.
Tucker Carlson said Wednesday night he believes he has a "pretty good idea" of the person inside the Trump administration who wrote an anonymous op-ed blasting the president.
Dave Portnoy, the founder of satirical sports website Barstool Sports, said Wednesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that Nike made a smart move by centering its newest ad campaign around Colin Kaepernick.
The founder of a pro-life advocacy group called out Twitter's CEO Friday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" for censoring her organization on the social media platform.
Tucker Carlson on Thursday took aim at billionaires and corporate America for not paying employees enough and offloading the cost onto American taxpayers.
Tom Fitton said the "deep state" is unwilling to conduct a full damage assessment on how and whether Clinton's mishandling of classified information damaged national security.
Tucker Carlson said Wednesday that, despite media reporting, the Democratic Party -- and not the GOP -- is facing an identity crisis of sorts.
Tucker Carlson challenged former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein on his fellow liberals finding no problems with "spying" on President Trump's presidential campaign.
Tucker Carlson warned Monday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that the rhetoric on the left is becoming increasingly extreme when it comes to many liberals' criticisms of President Donald Trump.
Tucker Carlson said Thursday that an exceptional phenomenon has taken over American politics, and President Donald Trump appears to be the subject of it.