Tucker Carlson asked a liberal journalist to react to Hillary Clinton's sinking approval numbers. Carlson said a recent Gallup poll showed Clinton underwater in favorability 36 to 61 percent. "Her numbers among women are much worse than you would think for someone who is the self-described champion for women," Carlson told TIME's Julie Alvin. He asked her about Clinton's response to her public opinion status, in which the former candidate said that women are "publicly disrespecting themselves" if they support President Trump over her. Carlson said that if he made that remark, Alvin may call him sexist. Alvin said the spirit of the statement was true, in that those in rural areas voted against their own interests because Trump's tax plan and vision to end ObamaCare will "di...
President intervenes with provocative tweet after North Korea leader said his own launch button was always ‘on my desk’ Donald Trump has taunted North Korea’s leader about the size of his nuclear arsenal after his UN envoy, Nikki Haley, dismissed the value of proposed high-level talks between Pyongyang and Seoul. The US president used Kim Jong-un’s New Year’s Day speech as the basis for his latest provocative tweet against the leader, whom he has previously referred to as “little rocket man”, saying the “nuclear button” in Washington is “much bigger and more powerful” than Kim’s – “and my button works!”. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/948355557022420992 In the speech, Kim warned the United States his country’s nuclear forces were now “completed”, adding that the nuc
Having done their best to give splashy introductions to new models, automakers now have to hold their breath to see whether the new cars, trucks and SUVs prove popular with the public. In 2018, they'll have a bevy of new models, skewing heavily to pickups and SUVs that have proven to be favorites this year. But veteran auto executives know that the industry's history is an unpredictable mix of hits and duds. The most noticeable introductions will come at the opposite ends of the spectrum: two of the best-known pickup trucks and the new mass-market electric car from Tesla. The pickup wars will be especially vicious. "You can't ignore a big truck," says Jessica Caldwell, analyst for Edmunds.com, the car-buying website. "Anytime there's a truck, it's a big deal." As for the Tesla, she thi
Victory has been declared in the perceived "war on Merry Christmas" and it seems you can't turn around without seeing Americans celebrating the triumph. Everywhere, Christmas lights, Christmas trees and Christmas cheer have broken out to the joyful accompaniment of Christmas songs. Who is to thank for this yuletide tidal wave? President Trump, according to a new commercial from America First policies — a non-profit started by former Trump campaign aides dedicated to promoting the president's agenda. The group said its "$1 million TV ad blitz begins Christmas day." https://twitter.com/AmericaFirstPol/status/943894087559798784 The commercial shows a series of "everyday Americans" who are "standing up to thank President Trump for making America great again." They than
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump released a joint Christmas Day video message on Monday. Mr. Trump tweeted out the video, which was pre-recorded at the White House before he left for his holiday vacation at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/945287222210781184 "My fellow Americans, Melania and I are delighted to wish America and the entire world a very Merry Christmas," the president says in the video. The first lady says that at this time of year, "we see the best of America and the soul of the American people," and pays tribute to "our brave men and women in uniform." The president continues: "In the season of joy, we spend time with our families, we renew the bonds of love and goodwill between our citizens and most importantly we...
On his program tonight, Tucker Carlson said former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn pleading guilty to making false statements to the FBI is a major development, but it doesn't prove collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Flynn admitted that he lied about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition. As part of the plea deal, Flynn agreed to cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which is looking into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. "Mueller's probe began in order to investigate claims that Russia influenced the 2016 election or even directly colluded with the Trump campaign in order to alter the outcome of that election," Carlson said. "Flynn's guilty plea toda
Veteran actor Denzel Washington says his latest role as a dogged defense attorney in Roman J. Israel, Esq. reinforced his belief that black men “can’t blame the system” because we make it “easy work” when it comes to filling America’s prisons. Veteran actor Denzel Washington says his latest role as a dogged defense attorney in Roman J. Israel, Esq. reinforced his belief that black men “can’t blame the system” because we make it “easy work” when it comes to filling America’s prisons. “It starts at the home. It starts at home. It starts with how you raise your children. If a young man doesn’t have a father figure, he’ll go find a father figure,” the Academy Award-winner told reporters at the Dan Gilroy-directed film’s New York premiere, the New York Daily News reports. “So you know
Fabio, the Italian-born male model who has adorned the covers of countless romance novels, only became an American citizen last year, but he's lived in Californi for years. On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Fabio lamented that The Sunshine State is becoming unlivable thanks to liberal policies, particularly those involving crime and law enforcement. "California is a mess," Fabio said. "Coming from Europe, I already saw this movie before." [the_ad id="185"] He said that as the national debate about policing in America rages, California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has taken the side of criminals over the police. Fabio accused Brown of misleading the public about Proposition 57, the governor's plan to shrink the state's prison population by releasing non-violent criminals. "If you c
Murdering People ... Tucker Carlson debated an immigration attorney tonight over what steps can or should be taken to combat illegal immigrant crime. Patrick Young was one of the protesters who gathered on Long Island Friday to protest Attorney General Jeff Sessions as he delivered remarks to law enforcement on gang violence. Sessions said he plans to eradicate the violent MS-13 gang by cracking down on illegal immigration. Young argued that the proper way to fight MS-13 is to have the immigrant community work with law enforcement, and that won't happen if Sessions and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) get involved. He said if we "stigmatize" all immigrants - legal or illegal - it only makes those communities and all Americans less safe. Tucker pointed out that 92