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'Bold': Tucker Carlson crushes it with views on another Twitter monologue, earns plaudits from Elon Musk
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'Bold': Tucker Carlson crushes it with views on another Twitter monologue, earns plaudits from Elon Musk

Carlson has posted three episodes of his new show on Twitter, and each tweet so far has amassed huge view counts.

The tweet containing the third episode, which Carlson released on Tuesday evening, has reached more than 78 million views so far. The tweet featuring his second episode has more than 57 million views, and the tweet containing the first episode of Carlson's new show has more than 116 million views so far.

During the third episode, Carlson claimed that the Washington establishment opposes former President Donald Trump due to Trump's anti-war views. Carlson said that Trump is the one individual with a chance at winning the presidency "who dissents from Washington's long-standing pointless war agenda. And for that, that one fact, they're trying to take Trump out before you can vote for him."

Elon Musk described Tucker Carlson's latest Twitter monologue as "bold." In a follow-up tweet, he elaborated, apparently indicating that Carlson's remarks represented a bold "attack on the military-industrial complex. The lobbying power of large government contractors is far higher than it should be for the good of the people," Musk wrote.

"Once again, I’d like to offer this platform to anyone on the left. You will get equal treatment," he has also tweeted.

When retweeting Carlson's second episode last week, Musk noted that he would like to see Don Lemon and Rachel Maddow do shows on Twitter.

"It'd be great to have @maddow, @donlemon & others on the left put their shows on this platform. No exclusivity or legal docs required! You will receive our full support. The digital town square is for all," Musk wrote.

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Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.
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