Tucker: Trump Will Be Remembered as 'Genuinely Great' If He Fights For Free SpeechFox News
Jan. 11, 2019
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Tucker Carlson asked Trump voters Wednesday to assess whether or not they feel more confident to express their beliefs since the president was elected.
Carlson said that whether or not President Trump is able to build a wall or effect infrastructure legislation, how the president handles the attempted suppression of free speech may be more important.
He said that conventionally conservative beliefs in the years leading up to Trump's election are now described as "terrorism," while actual terror by the left seems to go unnoticed.
[...] Ahead of the 2020 election, Carlson added that Trump can exercise his executive powers to defend the Bill of Rights.
He said that if Trump can credibly say in two years that he fought to make sure all Americans are treated equally under the law, he'll be remembered as a "genuinely great president."