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Donald Trump cause a firestorm with his comments about President Obama and Hillary Clinton being the "founder" and "co-founder" of ISIS.

Following the backlash, Trump called out the "dishonest" media for failing to report that he was obviously being "sarcastic" when he made those remarks.

On "Fox and Friends Weekend" today, Tucker Carlson acknowledged that Trump could be more precise with his language, but he said there's no doubt that the press is being "unfair" in their coverage.

He accused the mainstream media of ignoring equally questionable comments that Hillary Clinton has made, because they are on her side.

"I think they have a right to ask Trump tough questions ... but they are giving Hillary a complete pass," Carlson said. "They are acting on her behalf. And they're devaluing their moral authority in doing it. It's a big mistake."

"You can't openly advocate for a political candidate, if you claim to be a journalist. And they are. And it's totally wrong," Carlson said. "You are working for Hillary. You should not be doing that."

Watch more from "Fox and Friends Weekend" above.

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