Tucker Carlson downplays Russian election interference by claiming Mexico is "routinely interfering in our elections by packing the electorate"

Tucker Carlson downplays Russian election interference by claiming Mexico is "routinely interfering in our elections by packing the electorate"

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From the July 16 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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TUCKER CARLSON: I don't think Russia is our close friend or anything like that. I think of course they try to interfere in our affairs. They have for a long time. Many countries do. Some more successfully than Russia, like Mexico, which is routinely interfering in our elections by packing our electorate. So those are all concerns.

Previously:

Fox host: "Jet lag and time differences" may be behind Trump's press conference

Infowars on Trump's press conference with Putin: "It just kept getting better in time"

Brian Kilmeade: Trump can't admit Russian election meddling because he thinks it makes his presidency look illegitimate

Alex Jones pushes Putin's narrative distancing Russia from hacks

Fox News White House correspondent: Trump played "the role of the peacemaker"

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