Tucker Carlson Interviews President Trump…

Fox News host Tucker Carlson sat down for an interview with President Donald Trump following a meeting in Helsinki, Finland, with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  The interview aired in two parts:

Part 1 – President Trump discusses ‘very bad people‘ former CIA director John Brennan, FBI lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page being ‘exposed,’ the bipartisan call for conflict with Russia in Washington, NATO, Democrats and open borders.

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Part 2 (below) – President Trump discusses the new Mueller indictment, former President Obama ignoring DNC hacking, political bias in FBI, DOJ, German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s political troubles, European migration and Democrat obstruction.

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446 Responses to Tucker Carlson Interviews President Trump…

  1. Concerned says:

    What does PETER STRZOK and JOHN BRENNAN and Ohr’s wife, Nellie have in common. Yes the all work for the CIA. Hum

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  2. redredrice says:

    Wow, he nailed it in that interview. Look for those themes on the campaign trail this fall.

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  3. winky says:

    When I feel down and so bad for PT…I just listen to this and I remember his words and I feel so much better. I could listen to it over and over again.

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  4. Mike diamond says:

    So Do you remember when John Kerry and Obama tried to throw Israel under the bus at the United nations,???he even said he would love to make israe l go back to their 1967 borders!where was the news media!???where was the news media on the bad Iran deal! Where was the news media on the worst terrorist were let out of cuba! Guantamono,sorry for my spelling! On and on Obama is in afric a bad mouthing President Trump! How aboutt all the serious criminals Obama pardoned! News media went silent!what kind of stuff in in the bad Obama Iran deal? Will the public ever get to see it?

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    • dickturpin1 says:

      Is Obama asking the south African government what they doing about the 70,000 white people butchered and murdered by blacks in their insane racist genocide over there?
      Is he asking why black politicians are calling for “brothers and sisters to go out and cut the throats of the whites so their blood can heal the African soil”???

      Yes you are right Barry, racism is alive and well in SA, blacks are murdering whites this very week and this very day while you forget to mention any of it and forget to mention the USA is so racist you were elected the first black potus only because white people voted for you.

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      • Artist says:

        Did you know that Putin, Russia is the ONLY country is planning on offering White S. African farmers political asylum in Russia, and also the ability to purchase farmland that they may begin their lives again, free of the insane racist genocide condoned by the government of S Africa?
        I truly wish Hussein would stay in S Africa, if we can’t send him to Gitmo.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        dickturpin1, as O was more white than black, I am surprised he wasn’t killed in SA. He pretended to be black and thought that would make him better to blacks. Well, it failed and is continuing to fail as many blacks have found a better life under Trump and are walking away from the DNC.

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    • GweninKC says:

      That’s a rhetorical question, right? It’s very evident now that the media is liberal and, as Rush says, little more than an arm of the Democratic party.

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  5. treehouseron says:

    Tucker wrote a book several years ago, and he told a story in it about the first major interaction he had with Donald Trump. He was doing some show years ago, and said something about Trump’s hair, and was making a kind of laughing joke.

    He said when he got back to his apartment, there was a message on the phone from Trump. He said “Tucker, caught your show today. You’re right, your hair does look better, but I get more p…..”

    I know to a lot of people that’s very offensive but I’m immature enough to still think it’s hilarious.

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    • blondegator says:

      I’ve heard Tucker tell that story, and it is really funny. Only when I heard him tell it (on some obscure video, maybe when he rec’d an award from the Heritage Foundation?)….Tucker sounded absolutely flabbergasted that Donald Trump, businessman extraordinaire and superstar, would take the time to track him down and call him back! With Tucker’s fabulous laugh, you could tell he was just delighted that such a great man would bother to kid around with him.

      PS. And Tucker DOES have great hair.

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    • Kenji says:

      So rich and famous that he can walk right up to women and grab them by the p()ssy… and people will STILL vote for him. Hell, he could even FAIL to HATE Putin … and never lose his faithful voters. STILL preside over a blue fizzle in November.

      Because the PEOPLE can tell the difference between things that MATTER … and the political chaff … like this pre-fabricated “outrage” over his meeting with Putin.

      Go to HELL, oppo-media. Go to HELL ex-Obama cabinet members … you are ALL gonna pay for your treachery… and that means YOU, Brennan.

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    • Kaco says:

      I came across that story, thought it was immature myself, but I don’t give a crap. I want Pres. Trump to succeed in the America First agenda. We’ve all waited too long for this.

      I still can’t believe how many people don’t believe in MAGA and want to lose our production and have an invasion of illegal aliens on our dime, let alone wage suppression, regardless of MS13 or not. Remember all those stories of suicide bombers in the 90’s in the middle east? Remember 911? Why do we want an influx of Muslims here? Keep that crap over there! This is a no-brainer. I will not be beaten into submission.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        24/7 media/entertainment and the poor education system grades 4-post secondary are responsible, IMO, for making politics as tribal as they’ve become. It was easy for the progs to do identity politics with the advent of that 24/7 news cycle and social media.

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        • treehouseron says:

          I blame it on a couple of things…

          1. We haven’t had a bad war in a long time that kills a whole bunch of people. So in other words, people don’t know what pain actually is.
          2. The world has fixed so many problems that people now only have minor irritations to complain about. Whereas people used to complain about slavery, now they complain about the microaggression of people ignoring their advice.

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          • Kaco says:

            Yes, I’ve thought about that as well. No common cause.

            I was thinking about how the Greatest Generation spawned the spoiled rotten Baby Boomers, at least the ones that became hippies and drop-outs, Woodstock, Haight Ashbury, thinking there is a better way than what we had fought for or stood up for.

            I think we’re experiencing those same spoiled people again in our Millennials. heads in the clouds, now dreaming of socialism/communism. In many ways they’re worse than the Baby Boomer radicals.

            I think the hippies were a minority over all, but the media made it a cultural revolution and now it seems when we refer to the 60’s, it’s all about “peace and love, man”. I get concerned about our culture morphing into what these Antifa fascists want because of the constant bombardment.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Treehouseron;
              Not a COLLECTIVE war, where everyone had ‘skin in the game’ because everyone has loved ones serving AND because everyone felt our countries SURVIVAL was at stake.

              Both volunteer army, so too few serve, and complicated foriegn entanglements where our national interest is murky, and fought to stalemate, at best.

              Kako; I WAS one of those hippies, and there were a LOT of them. But, I DIDN’T spit on returning service members, and,…..I grew up!

              I realised the socialist utopia is sold as a dream, but is a nightmare.I GREW UP!

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            • 21leelee says:

              There was the Beat Generation in between the Greatest and the Hippie generation. The Beats played with drugsthinking it enhanced new ways of thinking. A lot became addicts while producing edgy stuff in music, literature and plastic arts. It wasn’t actually known how damaging drugs were, from phenobarbitol to methedrine to heroin or to LSD. Sad but true. Today, many who were hippies say they were really Beat because hippie is comparatively docile and love oriented.

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            • Your Tour Guide says:

              The real hippies were a big minority. Only upper middle class,
              trust fund types. Everybody else had to have some kind of a
              job to pay their bills . Nobody else could truly drop out and
              tour Europe on a whim.

              Look at all the famous ones: Ayers– dad filthy rich.
              Would bet that Abbie Hoffman and a lot of the others
              that you read about came from rich enclaves. If not
              rich enclaves, then red diaper baby enclaves. And
              the ones that came from red diaper enclaves were
              largely rich, also. Mom and dad lived way beneath
              their means, because showing any of their considerable
              wealth was considered as being against the revolution.

              And, the Anti Fa fascists are the same thing. Look at their
              cell phones, shoes. Notice that they only hang around
              schools with crippling tuition. Even the state colleges.
              See any of them at community colleges? The ones
              where people have to scrape by and hope for FAFSA
              loans?

              We have a weapon to be used here. Notice that almost
              all the protestors that get covered are sheltered, wealthy,
              guilty, and (gasp) white. The women all have the same
              helmut haircut. They all drive to their protest destinations
              in cars costing 35K at the very low end.

              All they’d have to do to group organize is to pass out
              flyers in the Whole Foods parking lot. We’ve got some
              good ridicule material here folks. Anyone up for it?

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            • clive hoskin says:

              But they are blind(or too stupid)to the fact that their utopia is slavery.That is what socialism/communism leads to and it NEVER EVER works!!!!

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          • tonyE says:

            Yes….. In Europe and other parts of the world they have frequent wars.

            When a country invades another, the first thing they do is kill the politicians… so there go half the lawyers…. then the victor changes the laws… so there go the remaining lawyers.

            A while later, the tables are turned. So laws keep getting changed, the number of laws and lawyers is reasonable.

            We have not had that in the US since the Civil War…. and even that was half of the nation. The Euros are an example of how bad it can get when Socialists are given money and time.

            What the US needs is a war that we lose, killing off 90% of the lawyers but does not affect property values and the US Constitution.

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        • Kaco says:

          Yes, I wish we could revolutionize our educational systems, it seems Soros got to them first. The media has only gotten worse.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Americanthinker had an article last month or two, probably in archives.
            It was about a charter school started by 2 women, in Phx., Az.

            It’s theme, beyond a sound education, is patriotism (my take from the article).
            Every day, a different student is picked (and the students view it as an HONOR) to go to the office, and, over the p.a., lead the school in the pledge of allegiance.

            Students write essays on what it means to me to be an American, etc.
            They teach civics and American history, but tie the theme in every class, from math to science to literature.

            Reading the article, sounds like the school I’d want my kids to go to.

            Libertards would say it’s BRAINWASHING, as one more example of PROJECTION, cause THEY haven’t been brainwashed, with their hatred of everything America stands for, NOOOO!

            Anyway, maybe we can get more schools like this,….or, see previous post, hopefully some of these idealistic kids (of ALL ages) will GROW UP.

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            • Jan says:

              That’s the education I remember I had in elementary school. Junior High you had a civics class & another civics class in high school JFK was assassinated when I was in 7th grad; MLK & RFK were assassinated my junior yr in high school. And patriotism, flag display & presentation was what I participated in high school band at football & basketball games. I so agree with you about education in our schools.

              And when people, especially young people, talk about assassinating our President or any head of state, I think, you don’t know what that does to a nation because you haven’t lived thru it. None of us have lived thru a civil war across the nation, but I fear that’s where we’re headed. And my perception is that’s where our unAmericans are dragging us.

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            • littleanniesfannie says:

              So, so true about education. Common Core was the sham of brainwashing. Large part of the dumbing down of America—major whitewashing of history, not reading anything written by the dead white guys, socialist economics, biology which focuses on contraception mainly abortion, math where the correct answer isn’t important—no wonder the young are becoming socialists. They have been taught that “equality” is the right thing for the country in a curriculum developed by those at the very top of the wealth charts in the do as I say, not as I do mold. Sad part is, those of my generation let them get away with it. Now it is turning the minds of our children to mush. This was the end game for the Socialist wing of the DemonKKKrat party. Once they have a base free to believe the Antifa/Resist/Free everything philosophy, they can becom the Russian peasants of the US (anyone alive in the 50s through the 70s knows what I am talking about. Any Russian who spoke up went to the Siberian salt mines never to be heard from again.
              If our young people don’t wake up soon, they will eventually awaken to the realization that they are now the slave class begging for food, housing, medicine. The free stuff will not be forthcoming, in fact will completely vanish. Those few who have skills and can find a way to earn will be stripped of these earnings for the good of the country.
              We are at the precipice—we can remain as the United States of America or we can become the United Socialist States of America. Capitalism or Socialism. Freedom or enslavement. Liberty or death. These are our choices. To a large extent, it will be the young people who determine the path of the country unless their is a civil war. What does the future hold???

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              • svenwg says:

                Was not Common Core Education invented or developed by “The most intelligent man in the world”, Bill Gates?

                As to the most intelligent man quote, it was bestowed upon him at the World Economic Forum way back when and the worst part of the joke is that he did nothing but steal IBMs OS2 development, before it was glitch free and launched it as Windows as he did with many other products developed by men far more intelligent than he will ever be. Just remember what he attempted to do to Steve Jobs!

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              • amr632 says:

                When young people believe that slavery was invented in colonial American you know the education system is corrupt and young people can even see movies with slavery depicted in Greece and Rome but cannot understand that slavery has existed forever; many times the losers of wars became the greatest number of the victors slaves.

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      • Kaiser Derden says:

        not immature … thats the way men talk to each other one on one …

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      • Hangtown Bob says:

        Amputate the Mooselimbs……….

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    • nanny210 says:

      treehouseron, it has gotten down to Tuck for me on Fox! Hannity not so much unless he has someone like Jordon etc., hate the way he will not let someone finish before his opinions take over. But yes, Tucker is THE MAN at Fox now!

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    • Madi says:

      We will find out soon who is Barry Soetoro who wathever hisname is. Charlatan who was elected pResident of USA, 57 or 58 states. Genious

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    • mostlyogauge says:

      Nothing immature about it. Trump speaks truth. He could care less about how what he says sounds. Listen to what he said about the Democrats, other countries not taking in immigrants, Germany, etc. He speaks truth. Not pointing my comments at you treehouseron; some people can’t handle the truth! I’ve heard that before somewhere …..

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    • All American Snowflake says:

      How could President Trump getting more press than Carlson be offence to anyone? 😉

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  6. mikebrezzze says:

    THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!

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  7. Mike diamond says:

    President D J Trump is the best President ever! He even declared Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel!!Yet the news media is just a bunch of sour lemons! Trump is doing great things!

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  8. California Joe says:

    The media’s Russia bogeyman narrative clarified: The GDP of Russia is the equivalent strenght of Spain’s GDP. The combined GDP of the EU and the United States is twenty times the economic strength of Russia. Add in Japan, Australia and Canada’s GDP and, well, you get my point. The EU’s conventional military forces are ten times the size of Russia. The United States conventional military forces are thirty times the size of Russia!

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    • WSB says:

      90% of all nukes are in the hands of Russia and the US.

      Liked by 8 people

      • spren says:

        You’re so right WSB. Conventional forces mean very little when the nuclear weapons come into consideration. The next major war, God forbid it ever happens, will not be conventional forces on the ground but missiles coming from the air. Talk about equalizers! Nuclear weapons level the playing field in a great hurry. While Russia has the economy of a third world nation, its military capabilities can compete with the best we have to offer. So what if we can blow them off the face of the map, they can do the same to us! And then China will pick up the pieces and prevail, just like they have planned in their long game strategy.

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        • USMCLt says:

          I’m not so sure about Russian military capabilities. In the 70s, we referred to the USSR as the “threat” and trained for rapid mobility to counter their massive forces. By the time the USSR had collapsed in the 90s, I think it was clear that we had over-estimated their capabilities. One way to compare the two forces, if imperfectly, would be to look at our respective experiences in Afghanistan. I believe it safe to say that the Russians had a worse experience there than we have had. A very interesting study could be done comparing and contrasting the two experiences.

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      Mineral wealth is the REAL treasure that Russia possesses. They need their own Donald Trumpski to build roads thru the far eastern provinces so they can harvest their natural resources in Siberia instead of building crappy submarines & fast jets with wings that fall off. If they’re not careful & they run the caucasus region dry of oil the only decent export they have will be AK’s.
      For the good of his country Putin should listen to PDJT & give capitalism a try instead of this corrupt government by gangster thing they’ve got going on now. Putin is filthy rich by now anyway. He doesn’t need more money.
      Listen to Trump & spread the wealth around a little bit.
      Leave your shirt on too.

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    • Kaiser Derden says:

      pure BS … the EU has 1.5 million troops, Russia has about 1 million ….

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  9. Our VSGPDJT looks tired, not in a bad way but if it was me I’d be in a hospital on fluids after what he’s been through. Don’t know how he does it , sure glad he’s on our side.
    Love me some PDJT. !!!

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    • Kenji says:

      Let’s hope Vlad didn’t slip our President an isotope or two …
      Dude’s a BAD guy … but “hack” our election? Hardly. Whatever the hell THAT is supposed to mean.

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    • Running Fast says:

      Lighting. Notice the yellow tint and long shadows. Producers did it on purpose.

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      • Dutchman says:

        There turf, and the media can screw you, six ways from Sunday. Ever notice in a ‘remote’, how the conservative keeps having trouble with his earpiece?

        A little wd-40, or vaseline. Dirty tricks, so the conservative can’t hear the question, and looks all bumbling.

        And yeah, with lighting, makeup and color adjustments, they CAN make you look bad.

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    • Kaco says:

      He looks all right on my TV right now (show repeat) seems pretty natural and good color, at least a lot better than whoever did his makeup when in Scotland. That person should be fired.

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    • svenwg says:

      I think he is overdue a rally as they seem to breath super human life into him and it has been more than two weeks since his last one.

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  10. In part 1 – watch from 2:08 for next one minute regarding question about adversary / enemy.
    I am hearing President Trump suggests that China is our adversary (not Russia).

    Fellow treepers, will like your insight if I heard it correctly?

    I do not think President Trump did not answer Mr. Carlson’s question. From what I heard, he answered it very clearly – only thing that was unexpected for Mr. Carlson was just that it was not Russia.

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    • Scott says:

      I believe he said China was an “economic foe.”

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    • WSB says:

      China was the correct answer.

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    • Dave Sanderson says:

      I heard it exactly like you heard it. Trump and Putin likely found some common strategic ground on opposition to China.

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      • David A says:

        China has long engaged in international mercantilism, think robber barons on international steroids. The U.S., India, Japan, and yes Russia and others will not allow them to achieve the dominance they desire.

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          They don’t understand the art of the deal. Cannot comprehend the idea of win-win. To them wealth is a finite pie. It also may come from their age-belief that they are the Middle Kingdom, with only Heaven above them, that all other peoples and nations should be subordinate and tributary. They aren’t because of the US, which to the Han is an intolerable situation. Hence the economic warfare.

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  11. Julia Adams says:

    For what is a man, what has he got
    If not himself, then he has naught
    To say the things he truly feels
    And not the words of one who kneels
    The record shows I took the blows
    And did it my way…

    Thank you, Mr. President, for being there for us.

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    • WSB says:

      Lovely, Julia!

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    • Cooper45 says:

      Excellent Julia.
      Trump might have the most vicious MSM in the history of America propagandizing against him 24/7 as well as the Dems and others persistently attacking him but he knows he has loyal and grateful supporters like you and millions of others that recognize his efforts and “like him a lot” as Trump might say.

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  12. treehouseron says:

    Just to let everybody know, CNN is so over the top lately that it’s actually hilarious to watch. I used to get so mad watching them twist everything, but watching it now is actually very funny. So i listened to it a little on the way home.

    One of the hosts said that Russia committed an act of war… the guest pushed back… the host (might have been Cuomo) said no, the Russian military attacked us online…

    The liberals on CNN are now actively calling for World War III against Russia for leaking an email.

    Later, Don Lemon came on, and breathlessly asked his guest if this was a turning point for the Trump Presidency? (as in… will President Trump stop kicking our ass now?). The guest reluctantly informed him that no, since Russia is not technically our ‘enemy’… President Trump can’t technically be guilty of “Treason”…

    Keep in mind, this is all because President Trump dared TALK with the leader of another country.

    You can hear the stampede of moderate democrats running from these idiots.

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    • Kaco says:

      I’m glad it’s you and not me watching that s___ show. My husband sometimes turns on the Left Wing media “just to see what they’re saying”, especially at times when there’s some good things going on, and I can only stand 5 minutes before I tell him to turn it off. I wouldn’t dare listen to a thing at this time. it’s hard enough reading the posts here and elsewhere reporting on what the Left is saying.

      I’m really tired thinking we need their approval or so it seems. We need to just keep plowing ahead and just leave them behind. Like Kavanagh, Dems can kick and scream and threaten but McConnell needs to just push him through and disregard them. we don’t need them. Hope Reid is happy, too bad, so sad.

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    • redgrains says:

      Agree…..but very few moderate Dems left in the SocialistParty

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      • getfitnow says:

        True, I read the state dem party is not supporting Feinstein in CA. Has thrown support behind her socialist challenger. She asked them to remain neutral. They declined.

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    • Dutchman says:

      It would be one thing, if all the Podesta, doc emails were PHONY, made up by Russia to kiss off the Bernie people, say.

      Maybe THAT would an act of, if not war, certainly espionage, but that’s not what happened.

      Firstly, Russia has nothing to do with the emails, secondly the emails were LEGITIMATE, exposing DNC and Killaries perfidy re:Bernie.

      So, even if they HAD done it, Russia would have been providing TRANSPERENCY and SUNLIGHT.
      How is that ‘subverting’ our electoral process?

      We should THANK whoever leaked those emails, and if it’s Seth rich, HE should get a posthumous medal.

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  13. Concerned says:

    Could it be that the upper ranks of the FBI were infiltrated with CIA folks? I wonder?
    What does PETER STRZOK and JOHN BRENNAN and Ohr’s wife, Nellie have in common. Yes they all worked for the CIA.

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  14. White Apple says:

    It isn’t Russia who is putting Trump through what Trump is being put through. It is Trump’s 0wn Country of treasoniust criminals. Who care what Trump says or doesn’t say? Trump is MAGA and it is all which matters even for the “useful idiots” being saved but too dumb to realize it.

    Trump is not winning by changing the mind of “useful idiots” as much as changing the World the “useful idiot” dwells. Some people worry too much about BS.

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    • treehouseron says:

      Yup… he’s improving EVERYBODY’s life in America! Even the haters!

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    • Kaco says:

      They will never be grateful. Even with more money in their paycheck and more job opportunities. I thought they would be won over with that, on how much improvement in their lives with the MAGA agenda, but these people are truly brainwashed by their education and the media.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        I agree, Kaco – they would rather be bitter and miserable than admit they were wrong and accept the fact that DJT has made their lives and the lives of their children better. TDS is real and exists among the brainwashed left and their propagandist media in spades. Crazy stuff. There is no other explanation for this continued behavior in the face of actual results.

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  15. Kaco says:

    I watched the whole Tucker Carlson show, Steven Cohen was on, did I just read somewhere he didn’t vote for Trump in the election? Who did he vote for?

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  16. kea says:

    Thank you for posting these!

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  17. “This video unavailable” message again when I hit embedded link on WordPress. Some people think I’m nuts, I’m sure. I am, but not about this. I have somehow caught a “bug” from conservative sites which requires me to log into YT in order to watch a hopeful US Senators commercial which doesn’t occur here. Before even going there to see the vid I clicked I will make a prediction. It’s “Lifestyles of the Rich and Liberal” commercial for Josh Hawley. If anyone else is experiencing the same phenomenon please tell me…

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  18. Jimi Helms says:

    Watching the interview and Wallace’s posturing, a thought came of building a wall around the US with an energy frequency field that is impenetrable and no need for brick and mortar.

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  19. After watching only the second part of Tucker’s interview, I concluded that Trump is very pragmatic. I knew that but it’s being reinforced . Globalists are not pragmatic.
    Trump is in totally control of his thought processes. He’s had 40 years to develop these skills. He knows the answer before the question is asked. Bring it on!

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  20. Thanks for posting SD. Just say down to get caught up. VSGPDJT did sound tired but still was on point. OR this isn’t a rally so he was being presidential. Good interview.

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  21. navysquid says:

    Pres Trump to Putin:

    One Ping Please…

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  22. jmclever says:

    If you listen between the lines, POTUS Trump tells Tucker why he hasn’t stepped into the fray with FBI/DoJ. Its because the longer they go on, the more they expose their true selves for all the world to see. Exposure of the Swamp is part of the draining process. Keep calm and MAGA.

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    • treehouseron says:

      That’s true… it’s kind of like “kitchen nightmares” with Gordon Ramsey. He goes in and pulls all the nasty food and filth out of the kitchen and makes a big deal out of it so everybody can see it “OOOH, look at that ! That’s mold! Look, Look, it’s all in the corners! How old is this food???? touch it, it feels Mushy!”

      LOL President Trump is dragging all the corruption out into the open and saying “OOh, look how corrupt! This guy here was even cheating on his wife! and it was with an ugly Lawyer!”

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      • Chris Hiscock says:

        little off topic, but has he ever gone to a normal restaurant, I have not watched any, but all the Utube vids seem to be impossible, boiling a burger, frozen food that is expired, a woman who did not clean her own diarrhea in the kitchen bathroom.
        Looks like they are all setups, or he is a lousy chooser of places to eat.
        I have wanted to ask someone that for a few years now.
        Cheers!

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        • JonMaxwell says:

          Chris 90% of that stuff is hyped for ratings, they actually did one where I live the restaurant is gone now, I think the one with the guy that lost his ability to taste, I spent 19 years of my life working as a chef and trust me the yelling crap is bogus, the first time my executive got in my face and yelled would be his last, he would be down on the floor looking for his chicklet’s, we stayed busy never had time for that crap. I worked at a world resort, till it burned me out, took me years to eat out at a restaurant, knowing the things I know about a lot of the quick serves ie apple bees etc you would never eat out again.

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          • svenwg says:

            I know the feeling, worked as a chef for about 21/2 years and always ask politely to see the kitchen before I eat at any restaurant. I also make sure that I treat the waiter/waitress with respect and dignity as I am only too well versed in what happens to guests food or dessert if they piss the server off in anyway, 😂

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    • DanO64 says:

      screaming yep.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Sorry jm, Trump doesn’t operate that way. NOTHING in his history supports this unlikely theory. Too long and ineffective. Or in Trump talk “too long and over budget” He sees rot, he guts it. He doesn’t let it fester, damaging and ruining other structures. Simply not how successful people operate.

      This “exposing them” theory is self soothing and nothing more than a replacement for “4d chess and patience”. Neither of those theories were accurate and doubt this one is either.

      Not sure why POTUS has stayed hands off, but swamp is powerful and even Trump has his limits. Jmo

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      • Kaiser Derden says:

        its a purely political calculation … if he gutted them the calls for impeachment would get too shrill … this way he rope a dopes them and when they are punched out then he guts them …

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  23. Craig from Scotland says:

    Hi folks,
    I think it’s significant President Trump mentioned John Brennan right out the gate, hopefully the net is finally closing in on Brennan who is up to is his neck in actual collusion. Easily the most professionally unfit, politicised clown ever to be associated with US IC. His comments and tweets about President Trump are an absolute disgrace but also show how unbalanced Brennan is.
    See the links below which I think begin to connect the dots as to how Brennan with British Intel using ‘former’ MI6 operatives created false information to launder back into the IC system.

    https://spectator.org/confirmed-john-brennan-colluded-with-foreign-spies-to-defeat-trump/
    April 19, 2017
    “An article in the Guardian last week provides more confirmation that John Brennan was the American progenitor of political espionage aimed at defeating Donald Trump. One side did collude with foreign powers to tip the election — Hillary’s.
    Seeking to retain his position as CIA director under Hillary, Brennan teamed up with BRITISH spies and ESTONIAN spies to cripple Trump’s candidacy. He used their phony intelligence as a pretext for a multi-agency investigation into Trump, which led the FBI to probe a computer server connected to Trump Tower and gave cover to Susan Rice, among other Hillary supporters, to spy on Trump and his people.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2000/mar/25/russia.iantraynor1
    March 25, 2000
    “The Russian arrested in Moscow 10 days ago on charges of spying for BRITAIN was a senior Russian intelligence officer recruited by British intelligence last year in the Baltic republic of ESTONIA, Russian sources said yesterday.
    Russian counter-intelligence sources named Pablo Miller, said to be working as a first secretary at the British embassy in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, as the officer who had recruited the Russian.
    The FSB has also implicated Estonia’s intelligence services in the row. They are said to have aided the alleged spy, who travelled regularly from Moscow to Tallinn to make contact with his British controllers. The Estonians have not denied the accusations, saying they are waiting for more detailed information.”
    ———————-

    On the face of it the articles don’t leap out an immediate connection but when you realise ex-MI6 Pablo Miller works with ex-MI6 Christopher Steele of dossier fame and the unnamed Russian intelligence officer also works at Orbis Intelligence Ltd…I think it’s obvious these guys have been retained and used tried and tested contacts to create wholesale false intelligence reports for recirculation back to US IC with Brennan leading the charge.
    N.b. The Russian intelligence officer noted within the Guardian 2000 article is Sergei Skripal.

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  24. belle819 says:

    I have sensed a sadness in President Trump the last couple of days, seems Putin told him something he thought to be true, yet really didn’t want to believe it…

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    • Theresa Keys says:

      You’re right, he seemed shaken after the 1 on 1 with Pres putin. As if Putin had given him or confirmed some bad news. Perhaps he was hoping that the dems were not that bad/treasonous. I’ve no doubt that he will deal with it but the level of madness and the crescendo of shrieking has reached fever pitch. It’s like Pres Trump is a dentist, the dems a patient and the nerve has just been hit. There is real desperation from dems and rhinos alike. It must be coming to a head. Things can’t go on as they are

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    • echo says:

      Nothing Putin tells an American President can be believed. Nothing.
      However, Russia doesn’t matter, believe it or not, its days of exporting imperial Communism to the 3rd world are long gone. Think of them as a mob of crony oligarchs using a State mafia type model with a GDP below the room temperature in celsius.
      Irrelevant.

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    • You know what Belle819, that was my exact thought when I watched the presser.
      Remember the US IC are a corrupt bunch who are happy to lie and fake evidence for the military industrial complex.
      I believe Mr Trump suspected many things and most of these were confirmed by Putin.
      Yes I know Putin shouldn’t be believed, but Mr Trump has an uncanny ability to tell if someone is lying to him.
      I think he found out the truth about ISIS, Crimea, Ukraine, and many other things.

      After the one on one, Mr Trump discussed all of these with Gen Kelly and Bolton etc and was implored not to expose any of it or not to believe any of it. So he was caught in deep thoughts about what to do about it all.
      In time what to do will become clearer to him.

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    • Nicole says:

      Belle819 – I agree. When he came out for the press conference his whole demeanor was changed like he found out something he didn’t know – a real sucker punch. . .

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      • Oldschool says:

        Agree nicole. Lots and lots of speculation here, but your statement is objective. “His whole demeanor had changed”. Full stop. We have no clue why. He has not been himself since.

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        • Reillyi says:

          I’m hoping he is employing the strategy in the Art of War:
          Appear strong when you are weak
          Appear weak when you are strong
          I hope the MOAB is coming soon!

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Yes, Nicole – I have rarely seen him look so serious and troubled. It was pretty obvious. Maybe jet lag has finally gotten to him. I know I would have been done in long before this. His stamina IS remarkable, but I am sure he also has his off days, as we all do. I hope he gets a little rest now that he is home.

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    • I got the same feeling, like he was told something shattering. And that would take a lot, he doesn’t rattle easy.

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    • MAJA says:

      I wonder if it was something about Brennan, given that PDJT named him.

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  25. belle819 says:

    I have sensed a sadness in President Trump the last couple of days, seems Putin told him something he thought to be true, yet really didn’t want to believe it…

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    • ladypenquin says:

      He does have a very serious, sober look about him as they came into press conference room. And I agree – it was likely about something regarding our country vs a Russian problem.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      The Russians spied on Obama and on the Clinton’s. Putin probably confirmed some Intel POTUS already knew, and then let POTUS know what the US Intel Community has committed against the Trump admin.

      The Russians may be liars, but they are also good at getting Intel. Putin knows a lot about the Obama days.

      The Swamp is freaking out a bit too much over this stuff, don’t you think?..Way overreacting. Putin must have some juicy stuff.

      Mr. RICO (Rudy Giuliani) will know what to do.

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      • My next thought was who is his counsel, he needs someone he can trust to bounce things off…..

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      • mr.piddles says:

        RE: don’t believe anything Putin says. It would be in Putin’s interest to TELL THE TRUTH if the news were particularly bad and the implications horrendous. Whether he spreads disinformation, or he exposes an ugly truth, it’s a win for him. In fact, more of a win if he exposes the truth. Ironically, thanks to the em-effers we’ve had running the show for decades with their media enablers.

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  26. roubaix says:

    Fantastic opening monologue – one of his best ever!

    Liked by 2 people

    • echo says:

      We all know it wasn’t a mistake….that’s rubbish.
      The hostage tape. It happens.
      The Deep state still runs the place.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      I’ve heard good things about Carlson, though I don’t watch him. Lou Dobbs and Maria occasionally. His opening monologue was excellent. Hit all the important points. Makes one think the “intelligence” (oxymoron there?) community needs to be dismantled and reshaped. It’s sick, and dangerous in its sickness.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        Never cared for Tucker when he was a drive-by interview or on F&F Weekend but he is my favorite since he got the 8:00 show. He’s relentless and when a lib tries to stonewall or take over with talking points/BS, you know the famous Tucker laugh is coming and if the person filibusters, Tucker gives the all done signal and says bye Bye! Absolutely one of the best now—honest and doesn’t spew party rhetoric!!

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      • Oldschool says:

        Many agencies in our government need to be dismantled. Thought mulvaney would have shuttered the consumer one. Imo, mulvaney is working hard to re-oeganize. Hard to shutter anything fed.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Two things Carlson has been going on about for months now.
        1.) China is our enemy and nobody seems to care (oh and Chinese interests are protected by our elected officials, university complex, etc)
        2.) Don’t believe the “17 intelligence agencies said blah blah blah so it must be true” bullcrap

        He has really been pushing back, and that’s a good thing 8PM Mon-Fri. And on top of that he is obviously not a Trump fan.

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    • GB Bari says:

      The Cohen interview was good. The interviews with the two Democrat morons illustrate the reason I stopped watching Tucker.

      I will not watch shows where guests and hosts shout over top of one another. It descends into a cacophony of accusations and arguments that are never resolved. That is not debate. That resembles Morton Downy-style trash tv.

      And far too many
      Only one microphone at a time should be live.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Roubaix – thanks for this. My opinion of Tucker and his perceptiveness actually went up about 10 points after listening to this monologue. I have been so sad to see our President buckle to outside pressure and pretend like he said something he obviously didn’t say. I am sad for him and for us, because if they can do this to him, make him cave and say something he obviously didn’t say, it is very bad news, indeed.

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  27. wolfrom1 says:

    Tucker has it right. PDT is not the problem.
    The problem is all the people who will lose trillions
    and all of their power, if the are exposed by PDJ.
    There is no reason for anyone to trust our intelligence.
    Obama weaponized them long ago for his own personal purposes!

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  28. paper doll says:

    What may have shaken PDJT was the final realization that he’s going to have to bring the traitors to justice. They will not stop otherwise. I think he might of hoped they would. Nope.
    I expect Russia to spy for Russia as we spy for ourselves, as everyone else does. It’s our responsibility to counteract the spying.

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  29. The Heretic says:

    “Maybe they are fools” – BINGO!!!

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  30. Mike diamond says:

    Wasn’t John brennan head of the co a when Obama made the bad Iran deal,? Yes he was did John brennan voice any concern???hint! John brennan is a muslim!!!

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  31. Mike diamond says:

    I meant he was head of the C I A!

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