On Thursday, I appear on Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss a few current events including our national debt, President Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia, and to talk about some of the #MeToo sexual harassment allegations currently hitting the entertainment industry.
Throughout the year, I will be interviewed on Tucker Carlson Tonight and Fox & Friends everyday from 6 to 9 a.m. ET. This, of course, includes the Hannity program. I will also be on the program every Tuesday to Thursdays.
Tucker Carlson is the most popular host in cable news and since his launch is the #1-rated show in the time period. His show, which is currently in production, returns on Monday, April 9th at 8 p.m. ET.
According to a recent Fox News Insider poll, 65 percent of all Fox News viewers believe the #MeToo movement has made the country a safer place. Tucker Carlson Tonight is the most viewed show in cable news among FNC’s target demographic, Adults 25-54. And the show is the most talked about show on digital cable news according to digital ratings group comScore.
I’m on the air 24/7 all year long but I plan to stay on the air through the end of President Trump’s second term in 2021. I don’t want to just stay a hot commodity. I want to stay a number one show. Tucker Carlson Tonight has been the #1 rated program in cable news for the past four consecutive months, winning its time period every single week in both total viewers and in the A25-54 demo.
The entertainment industry has to be careful though. The onus is on Hollywood to make sure the behavior they’re famous for endures long into the future.
Listen to our exclusive interview on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
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