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Tucker Carlson Says He’s Coming Back With Show on Twitter

Tucker Carlson Says He’s Coming Back With Show on Twitter

Tucker Carlson, a popular conservative political commentator and host on Fox News, has announced that he will be launching a new show on Twitter. This announcement comes after Carlson’s departure from his previous show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” which he hosted on Fox News for several years.


Many of Carlson’s fans and supporters have expressed excitement at the prospect of his return to the airwaves, albeit in a new format. However, others have raised concerns about the potential for the new show to spread misinformation and divisive rhetoric.


Regardless of the opinions surrounding Carlson and his upcoming show, it is clear that he remains a significant figure in American politics and media. His move to Twitter represents a further shift in the way that people consume news and information in the digital age.


Carlson made his announcement in a three-minute video posted on the social media site, as part of a denunciation of media. He called Twitter the last big remaining platform that allows free speech

“We’ll be bringing a new version of the show we’ve been doing for the last six and a half years to Twitter,” he said. “We’ll bring some other things, too, which we’ll tell you about. But for now, we’re just grateful to be here.”

Axios reported on Tuesday that Carlson’s lawyers sent a letter to Fox accusing the network of fraud and breach of contract.


Fox announced on April 24 that it was cutting ties with Carlson, its most popular prime-time anchor. The network offered no explanation for the move, and Fox’s ratings in his old time slot have sharply fallen