Tucker Carlson to Gain Many More Enemies Worldwide

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If you know anything about former Fox News host Tucker Carlson, he has a penchant for making enemies. And now, he has the potential to make more than ever before.

As I’m sure you know, Tucker has already made a fair share of enemies in the past, if only because he actually reports on the news and always has. He tells it like it and isn’t afraid to say what everyone else is thinking for the most part.

To be sure, it’s what got him fired from Fox. But it’s also what makes him one of the best in the industry.

Perhaps that’s why it was just suggested that Tucker interview Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The possibility of such comes from Julia Davis of Russian Media Monitor. According to her, Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of Russia Today’s Russian state-controlled media organization and a prominent figure in how the Kremlin deals with the media, says Tucker Carlson has been looking into interviewing Putin.

Russian Media Monitor’s translation of Simonyan says, “Tucker is doing a great job. By the way, he’s really asking for an interview with Vladimir Putin! It would be great if someone hears this and gets this message to the president.”

Of course, Tucker has not yet confirmed such allegations or a willingness to participate in such an interview.

However, history alone tells us it’s not all too impossible.

During his days at Fox, Carlson attempted to get an interview with Putin in 2021, according to Axios. Per the outlet, Carlson spoke with informal intermediaries between the US and the Kremlin to solidify such.

But, of course, the US government got wind of it and shut the whole thing down. Carlson said as much during a June 2021 viewing of his show. He said the NSA, in particular, had gotten involved, planning to leak the show’s electronic communications to stop the process.

Now, however, with no network to hold him back, the chance for Tucker to succeed is much higher.