In a recent conversation with Adam Carolla, conservative commentator Tucker Carlson delved into a worrisome topic, suggesting that former President Donald Trump might be at risk of assassination due to the contentious environment surrounding his legacy and reelection.
Tucker Carlson Says He Fears for @realDonaldTrump’s Assassination
— The Adam Carolla Show (@AdamCarollaShow) August 30, 2023
Carlson’s remarks came during an interview with Carolla, where he highlighted that Trump’s tumultuous tenure has been marked by intense criticism, widespread protests, impeachment proceedings, and legal indictments.
“We’re speeding toward assassination, obviously,” Carlson commented, emphasizing that the entrenched political establishment in Washington, spanning both parties, appears to harbor an unspoken opinion that Trump’s presence is threatening. According to Carlson, this perceived threat is so profound that those in power would be unwilling to allow him to return to office.
Attempting to convey the gravity of the situation, Carlson stated, “It’s hard to overstate how bad this is,” and expressed uncertainty regarding the potential trajectory.
Beyond his remarks about Trump’s vulnerability, Carlson turned his attention to President Joe Biden, characterizing him as “senile, in a way that’s impossible to deny,” claiming he is not effectively managing the country’s affairs. Voicing a deep sense of apprehension, Carlson revealed, “I’ve never been this worried about anything as I am about where this is going.”
Considering Biden’s age and the prospects of a second term, Carlson highlighted that, should Biden secure another term, he would be 86 years old, making him the oldest president in U.S. history. Despite the relentless barrage of criticism that has been directed towards Trump, his popularity grows.
To such an extent, he appears to outshine the entire field of contenders within the GOP’s 2024 presidential primary, likely securing the party’s nomination for the forthcoming election.
Polling data further bolsters the notion that a Biden-Trump rematch could materialize in the 2024 general election, with both figures emerging as strong contenders for their respective parties.
Notably, just prior to the first GOP presidential debate, an event that Trump opted to skip, Carlson unveiled an exclusive interview with the former president. Their conversation garnered widespread attention, and the video posted on X the site formerly known as Twitter, has already accrued over 250 million views, leaving major cable networks fearful about their future.