Tucker Carlson Cuts Chris Wallace Down to Size during Trump Interview: ‘He’s a B*tchy Little Man’

Ex-Fox News star Tucker Carlson dropped the hammer on former colleague Chris Wallace during his record-breaking interview with President Donald Trump on Twitter last night.

President Trump refused to join the Republican 2024 primary debate on Fox News.

Instead, Trump sat down for an interview with Carlson on his new show.

Throughout the interview, Carlson and Trump both hammered Democrat President Joe Biden.

“The world looks on at Biden and thinks someone else has to be running the government,” Carlson said to Trump.

Trump, responded saying, “Well somebody else has to be.

“I don’t think he’s capable of doing anything.”

Then the two talked about the 2020 election debate between Biden and Trump, which was moderated by Wallace.

At one point, Trump was hammering Biden about Hunter’s business and caught the ex-vice president telling a lie.

However, Wallace interrupted, changed the subject, and let Biden off the hook.

It was a pivotal moment that looks terrible now that the truth has come about Biden and Hunter.


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The debate with Biden “was in front of, probably not a friend of yours, Chris Wallace,” Trump said.

“He was the moderator.”

“Not a friend,” Carlson asserted.

“Why is it, he wants to be Mike (Chris’s father Mike Wallace), but he doesn’t have the talent?” Trump said.

“It’s one of those.”

“He’s a b*tchy little man,” Carlson said.

“He wanted to be his father, but he didn’t have the talent,” Trump said.

“His father was great.”

Carlson said: “He’s a little fussy man.

“His father had talent at least.”


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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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