Tucker Carlson Tonight guest host Mark Steyn: "There's no point bringing people together who can't even agree on the National Anthem"

Tucker Carlson Tonight guest host Mark Steyn: "There's no point bringing people together who can't even agree on the National Anthem"

Steyn: "You might as well say 'Let's have "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" for white people, and "The Macarena" for black people'"

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From the August 10 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight:

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CHRIS HAHN: The president has bigger things to worry about than whether a couple of athletes are kneeling on Sunday. And I know it's a double whammy for him, here on this anniversary of his ridiculous remarks after Charlottesville, it's a double whammy because the NFL rejected him many years ago, wouldn't let him buy a team, so he gets that, and he gets to charge up his base. Look, we need the president focusing on bringing people together, not pulling them apart over this.

MARK STEYN (GUEST HOST): Well, there's no point bringing -- there's no point bringing people together who can't even agree on the National Anthem.

You might as well say, "Let's have 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go' for white people, and 'The Macarena' for Black people." And for transgender bathroom protests, we can have a completely different anthem.

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