Tucker Carlson debated a Univision anchor who took issue with President Trump when he called illegal immigrants who are members of the MS-13 gang "animals."
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New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand told a group of feminists this week that if now-defunct investment bank were run by women, the 2008 financial collapse could have been averted.
Tucker Carlson debated a Republican California congressman who is one of at least 18 in the GOP who are trying to force a vote on an amnesty package for illegal immigrants, along with much of the Democratic caucus.
Tucker Carlson interviewed a Democratic congressional primary candidate in Pennsylvania who said he claims the mantle of John F. Kennedy and has been attacked for opposing illegal immigration and sanctuary cities.
Tucker Carlson got into a fiery debate with a U.S. House candidate in New Mexico who aired an advertisement in which he said "f--- the NRA," as Carlson asked the candidate whether he actually knew gun control policy or the organization itself.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton joined Tucker Carlson to weigh in on the one-year anniversary of Robert Mueller's appointment to special counsel to investigate possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
A former San Francisco supervisor who is running for mayor this year said she authored the city's original sanctuary city law and thinks including felons is "unacceptable."
Tucker Carlson said Wall Street Journal reporter Kimberley Strassel published a story raising the possibility that a federal government "mole" was planted in the Trump presidential campaign in 2016.
Former U.S Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said Special Counsel Robert Mueller was "not ready" to be called into court by Russian interests he previously indicted.
Tucker Carlson called out California's "backward version of reality" after a new mandate for all new homes to have solar panels.
Tucker Carlson said Wednesday that "hypocrisy is at the heart of modern liberalism," a fact he said is highlighted in the sudden fall of New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who resigned this week in disgrace.
Tucker Carlson battled a Rhode Island congressman over the campaign arm of his caucus sending a fundraising email playing off the Robert Mueller probe into President Donald Trump.