Report: Tucker Carlson Drove to Mar-a-Lago to Convince Trump of Coronavirus Threat

Chris Menahan
Mar. 16, 2020

Tucker Carlson may have saved America, once again.

From the New York Times:
[Fox Business host Trish] Regan's remarks [downplaying the coronavirus], delivered on her Monday show, caused many colleagues at Fox Business and its corporate cousin Fox News to cringe. In front of a graphic reading, "Coronavirus Impeachment Hoax," she accused Democrats of creating "mass hysteria to encourage a market sell-off" and sowing fear about the virus "to demonize and destroy the president."

Her monologue ran at the same time that the anchor Tucker Carlson, on his Fox News program, was exhorting elected officials to respond more aggressively to the virus. "People you know will get sick; some may die," Mr. Carlson told his audience, which is significantly larger than Ms. Regan's.

Off the air, Mr. Carlson has been urging Mr. Trump to take the threat of coronavirus more seriously. Last Saturday, Mr. Carlson drove from his residence in Florida to Mar-a-Lago, the president's Florida resort, and spoke directly with Mr. Trump about the virus, according to a person with knowledge of their conversation.
Axios reported that Carlson was was one of "a number of informal Trump advisers" who "emphasized to the president that this was not the flu and urged him to act fast."

Carlson also reportedly convinced Trump not to start a war with Iran.

We need Tucker Carlson to be our president.

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