Interview Proves That Tucker Is The Best Fox News Adviser For President Trump
President Donald Trump’s interview Monday with Fox News 8 PM host Tucker Carlson provided a fascinating window into the president’s mind — revealing that Trump is far more committed to pure America First principles than he sometimes gets credit for. Carlson broadcasted Monday from the North/South Korea border.
Trump spoke of his desire to leave Afghanistan, his interest in “not policing the world,” and even said of the Bush administration, “They attacked the wrong country. They (9/11 terrorists) didn’t come from Iraq.”
Trump’s interview comes on the heels of Tucker joining the president on his trip to Korea to meet with Kim Jong Un (John Bolton was not present). President Trump’s peacemaking efforts are defusing a once volatile nuclear situation and also undercutting Un ally China’s leverage in trade negotiations, in which Trump is trying to finalize a deal for China to spend $1.2 trillion on American goods by 2024. These negotiations are made possible thanks to economic pressure from Trump’s tariffs on the Chinese.
Tucker Carlson — credited with stopping the imminent U.S. war with Iran at the last moment — is clearly the best Fox News host and the only on-air personality who should advise Trump. The president finally made it through the Mueller case against him during a two-year period in which he received very bad advice from some of the clueless neocon Iraq War cheerleaders around him who wanted to selfishly stomp out the people who actually knew what was going on the whole time regarding the Crossfire Hurricane plot against Trump (READ my classic 2016 Breitbart article about Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal and Bleach Bit, which I called Worse Than Watergate in the first paragraph).