VIDEO: Tucker reveals transcript of Clinton seeking election help from UK’s Blair
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While Democrats have been calling for President Trump’s impeachment over his alleged soliciting of assistance from foreign countries ahead of the 2020 election, an unearthed comment from February 2000 might show stones were being thrown from glass houses.
On his show Monday, Tucker Carlson discussed a transcript of a call between former President Bill Clinton and then-U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair — the same year as the election pitting Clinton’s vice president, Al Gore, against George W. Bush — during which the ex-president asked his British counterpart for a political favor.
The article goes on to state the following:
“You’ve heard endlessly on cable news that it is unprecedented the president would seek political gain from a conversation with a foreign leader. Well, turns out, it has happened before,” Carlson said.
WATCH the video below, in which Carlson reveals that, back in 2000, Bill Clinton asked a favor of Tony Blair of the U.K. that “was much more direct than President Trump was in his conversation.”
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