Tucker Carlson says leading a country ‘means killing people’
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Fox star Tucker Carlson said that leading a country means “killing people.”
Carlson was appearing on the network Sunday evening from South Korea.
The comment came after Donald Trump became the first occupant of the White House to cross into North Korea.
“Fox & Friends” host Jedediah Bila questioned if this was the right move.
Carlson first said “There’s no defending the North Korean regime, which is a monstrous regime, it’s the last really Stalinist regime in the world, it’s a disgusting place obviously, so there’s no defending it.”
He continued: “You’ve got to be honest about what it means to lead a country, it means killing people.”
He then attempted to justify his statement by saying “Not on the scale that North Koreans do, but a lot of countries commit atrocities, including a number that we’re closely allied with…”