Tucker Carlson Slams Fox Nation in Leaked Video

While the reason for Tucker Carlson's departure from Fox News remains uncertain, there is evidence to suggest that there was significant tension between him and the network. A leaked video published by Media Matters on Monday showed Carlson criticizing Fox Nation, the streaming service that mainly features original content from him, indicating underlying dissatisfaction.

“Nobody watches Fox Nation because the site sucks,” Carlson said during a discussion about famous influencer Andrew Tate.

“It’s hard to use that site,” he continued. “I don’t know why they’re not fixing it. It’s driving me insane. They’re making, like, Lifetime movies but they don’t work on the infrastructure of the site. Like, what? It’s crazy, and it drives me crazy because we’re doing all this extra work and no one can find it. … We’re working like animals to produce all this content, and they’re ignoring the fact that the site doesn’t work. I think it’s like a betrayal of our efforts. That’s how I feel, so of course I resent it.”

In August 2022, Carlson interviewed Tate, and a significant portion of their conversation was broadcasted on Fox Nation.

Media Matters has highlighted that in 2021, Lachlan Murdoch informed investors that Carlson had contributed to a 40% surge in Fox Nation subscriptions.

The leaked video comes on the heels of a tumultuous week, marked by Carlson's sudden exit from the network last Monday. It is widely believed that his departure is linked to a lawsuit filed by Abby Grossberg, a former producer, who accused the host's senior staff of frequently engaging in sexist discussions about women, including the use of the derogatory term that starts with a c. Grossberg revealed to MSNBC that Carlson had made her job unbearable, and that she had recorded almost 100 conversations during her tenure at the network.

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