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Tucker Carlson, the renowned conservative commentator and former host of Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” has embarked on a new digital venture by taking his discussions and interviews to Twitter. In recent times, his Twitter shows have garnered significant attention, drawing in a diverse array of guests that span the spectrum from internet sensation Andrew Tate to iconic rapper Ice Cube, among other intriguing personalities.
This shift in platform has allowed Tucker to maintain his presence and engage with his audience in a more direct and immediate manner. Since his departure from Fox News, Tucker Carlson has been experimenting with the format and reach of his content.
The transition to Twitter as a broadcasting platform has given him the flexibility to conduct interviews and discussions that might not find their way onto mainstream media channels.
Tucker decided to do a sit down interview this time with Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. The two would touch on some very interesting topics like the arrest of former President Donald Trump which Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said “that’s what communists do” in reference to the former President Donald Trump’s arrests.
Tucker Carlson and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán would also discuss Putin and NATO and foreign policy and how it has impacted the United States and Hungary.
Heres the interview on his Twitter: