Maria Bartiromo Shuts Down Tucker Carlson’s Accuser: ‘These Allegations Are Absurd and Patently False’

Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo has fired back at Tucker Carlson’s accuser, former producer Abby Grossberg.

Grossberg filed a lawsuit against Fox News, Tucker Carlson, and others for what she claims was harassment, sexism, and mistreatment.

But Grossberg went on MSNBC and other shows to grab her 15 minutes of fame and cast doubt on her own claims.

As Slay News reported, Grossberg’s lawyer even admitted that she has never even met Carlson, despite accusing him of “sexism.”

Now Grossberg is going after Bartiromo, trashing the veteran financial reporter.

Grossberg worked with Bartiromo before she joined Carlson’s show.

Grossberg belittled Maria to Time Magazine saying she used her relationship with Trump to keep her job and the Murdochs off her back.

“If they were marginalizing her, she could always say, ‘I can get the President of the United States on the phone,’” Grossberg said.

“She had that power over Fox, and it protected her.”

Bartirmo fire back at the claims from Grossberg.

She said:

“I have interviewed four American presidents and several international heads of state during my distinguished career and have had rapports with leading figures across the world.

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“These allegations are absurd and patently false.”

Fox News said it “will vigorously defend Fox against all of her unmeritorious legal claims, which are riddled with false allegations against the network and our employees.

“Maria Bartiromo has cultivated an extensive list of contacts over the course of 30 years that enable her to connect with numerous sources spanning business and politics across Republican and Democrats, CEOs to analysts worldwide.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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