Listen: CNN, Tucker Carlson, Donald Trump discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"All the time, and and he's he's really good at it. You know, he he's not afraid to to go to battle with people on the left to quote unquote, own the lips as he has he says over and over and over again, but forever stuck in your head. Yeah. Which I think is his one of his weaknesses is that he thinks that that's what it's all about. When in reality. There's a much bigger bigger game play here. But he runs the daily wire the website you founded I think three or four years ago after leaving Breitbart gets God knows how many millions of pages an hour. Someone like him who has managed to kind of go through the fray of the like, the, you know. No, he's he's swerved as his brand around Steve Bannon, a Milo Yannopoulos and all this other folks, and even Bill Kristol is he going to be like the next Tucker Carlson of the conservative movement. And if so his his philosophies and his mantras of owning the lips like how does that work out for the larger? Republican party. What do you mean? By the last part. How does it work out? You know? Well, it's like, it's I think that I think that we kind of underplay the the role that people in the media have on the parties that they are centrally representing I think CNN. I I believe in this look, I have no I haven't done like a a call two thousand Democrats to ask. But I think that like there's a or thousand Republicans I think that that CNN's constant anti-trump 'isms actually have made some Republicans move more towards Trump, even if they don't like Trump, they've moved more in his direction in response to the way CNN has has covered the presidency of last couple of years. And I think that and I wonder if and you know, and the same time you've got like Tucker Carlson's, and the all the Fox News."