Report: Tucker Carlson's Anti-War Rants 'Affected' Trump's Views On War With IranChris Menahan
Jan. 09, 2020
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President Trump reportedly watched Tucker Carlson's anti-war rants and they "affected his view on the Iran situation."
From Buzzfeed, "Fox News Hosts Were Against A Ground War With Iran. Trump Listened.":
Fox News personalities by and large supported President Donald Trump's confrontation with Iran over the past week. But between the lines, even the most ardent Trump supporters on Fox's opinion side like Sean Hannity stopped short of encouraging all-out war, though some less prominent on-air figures spoke in favor of more extreme measures. And one of Fox's biggest opinion hosts has consistently criticized the confrontation with Iran.It's pretty wild that our president's views are shaped by what he sees on TV but it is what it is.
Tucker deserves major kudos for managing to keep Trump's attention without just telling him what he wants to hear and cheerleading everything he does (looking at you, Sean Hannity).
He's very careful not to attack him personally but instead just blame everyone around him.
On his show Tuesday night, his guest Ned Ryun said Israel and Saudi Arabia should be fighting their own wars.
Tucker got his highest ratings ever on that night at 5.7 million total viewers.
Tucker celebrated Trump deescalating the situation with Iran on his show Wednesday night and pressed him to pull out of Iraq entirely like he campaigned on.
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