Launch of Tucker Carlson’s new show ‘Tucker on Twitter’ with report on Ukraine blown dam

“Tucker on Twitter” launched on Tuesday with a report on the blown dam in Ukraine – a first episode that, aside from more natural lighting, a different background and a shorter length, looks a lot like “Tucker Carlson Tonight “.

About the launch of her new show, there was no fanfare. “Hey, it’s Tucker Carlson,” he said, then launched straight into his report on the dam attack, suggesting that Ukraine and/or the United States may have it. be done – as if it were a regular Tuesday night on Fox News.

The inaugural episode was just 10.5 minutes long, a far cry from the full 8 p.m. hour that Carlson covered as the premier host on Fox News. But at the time, he was also working with a full set of Fox resources like editors and producers — not to mention the full set that Fox picked up from his summer abode in Maine.

Even in a shorter amount of time, Carlson was able to touch on some of his favorite subjects from the past, including new testimony on UAP reports (the artists formerly known as UFOs) within the military, media, transgender, BLM riots, Jeffrey Epstein, JFK and other greatest hits.

Carlson announced on May 9 that he would be hosting his show on Twitter, although no timeline was given, and Elon Musk only said that Carlson would be treated like any other content creator.

It was never really made public whether Carlson had been released from his television contract, estimated to be around $10 million a year and running until 2025, which would theoretically prevent him from launching a rival show.

Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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