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Tucker Carlson and Tammy Bruce blasted critics of Melania Trump over her choice of footwear Tuesday.
A prayer activist told Tucker Carlson about video of him being pepper-sprayed and beaten by Antifa rioters in California.
Tucker Carlson debated a Democratic strategist who supports a California bill that would suggest jail time for elder care workers who "willfully" misuse pronouns when referring to transgender residents.
The NAACP is threatening a boycott of the NFL because free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) was at it again this week at an awards show, threatening President Donald Trump with impeachment.
Dana Loesch joined Tucker Carlson tonight to react to the "controversy" surrounding a recent American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) tweet, and how the left is turning on itself.
Tucker Carlson says the liberal hysteria over Confederate monuments is a "manufactured crisis."
Tucker Carlson took on the idea that the ACLU should "rethink free speech" following the Charlottesville white supremacist riots.
Hillary Clinton described Donald Trump as a "creep" in excerpts from her audio book titled "What Happened," which is about the 2016 presidential election.
Tucker Carlson almost didn't report on the ESPN-Robert Lee story on Tuesday night because he found it hard to believe that the left had become so "hysterical and reactionary and stupid."
On Monday night's show, Tucker Carlson made a joke about President Trump staring directly at the solar eclipse, suggesting it might be the "most impressive" thing any U.S. president has ever done.