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‘Mm, uh huh, yeah’: Tucker Carlson and journalism’s therapeutic turn

10 February 2024

8:00 PM

10 February 2024

8:00 PM

Could the subject of the Sudetenland have been resolved more satisfactorily if Adolf Hitler had been given a more open platform? Somewhere he could really air his views? No messing, no clipping. Four hours on Joe Rogan, perhaps?

It’s a historical what-if stirred up again this week by Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The

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