Published November 12, 2023
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The 77-year-old received an ecstatic ovation from almost everyone inside the arena when he turned up with his son Don Jr, Kid Rock and Tucker Carlson on Saturday night.
But cameras caught Nia Renee Hill, sitting near Trump, appearing to swear at the former Commander-in-Chief when he was in shot.
The former President was in high spirits, grinning and flashing the thumbs up, despite being on trial for a $250 million fraud in the city.
Trump frequently attends UFC bouts and is wildly popular among fight fans.
On Saturday, he was flanked by UFC chief Dana White as he made his entrance after the preliminary bouts.
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RELATED: MAGA Throws it’s weight Behind Tucker Carlson for VP
Published November 11, 2023
A growing group of Make America Great Again (MAGA) supporters have given their approval on social media after Donald Trumpsaid he’d consider making former Fox Newshost Tucker Carlson his vice presidential running mate in 2024.
Carlson, once among the network’s biggest stars and ratings draws, was abruptly let go from Fox News in late April for reasons that still remain unclear. The company itself declined to give specific reasons for the decision, with reports later suggesting that racially charged text messages uncovered during Dominion Voting Systems’ defamation lawsuit against the network may have spooked the board into parting ways. However, Carlson has since taken to X, formerly Twitter, to continue his political commentary often speaking on major political issues.
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Trump says he’d consider Tucker Carlson as running mate
Published November 9, 2023
Former President Trump says he’d consider Tucker Carlson as a potential running mate in 2024.
“I like Tucker a lot; I guess I would,” Trump said during an appearance on “The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show” this week. “I think I’d say I would, because he’s got great common sense.”
You know, when they say that you guys are conservative, or I’m conservative — it’s not that we’re conservative, we have common sense. We want to have safe borders. We want to have a wall, because walls work,” he said.
Carlson was fired by Fox News in April just days after it agreed to pay Dominion Voting Systems $787 million to settle claims of defamation out of court. The host has since launched a video series on the X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, and remains under contract with Fox.
On the night of the first Republican presidential primary debate, in August, Carlson hosted a wide-ranging interview with Trump on his X program.