By Justin Baragona
The Daily Beast
October 1, 2020
Fox News host Tucker Carlson didn't say a critical word about his colleague Chris Wallace on Wednesday night, even as the Fox News anchor has taken a ton of heated criticism from right-wing pundits (and even some Fox News commentators) over their belief that Wallace treated President Donald Trump unfairly at Tuesday's presidential debate.
Instead, the primetime conservative star sat back and let two of his favorite frequent guests trash his co-worker on air, saying nothing in return while nodding along silently.
The situation, meanwhile, recalled a similar incident last year which eventually resulted in the departure of longtime Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, who coincidentally debuted his new CNBC news show on Wednesday.
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