Tucker, Putin and the NSA
Last Monday, Tucker Carlson went in front of his several million viewers and made an extraordinary accusation: that the NSA was spying on his emails. The NSA issued a rare, public denial that Carlson had been targeted.
- Plus, turmoil in Haiti.
- And, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi on the unfair expectations placed on athletes.
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