“We think we’ve got a pretty good idea who wrote this piece. We’ve called the White House for comment on it tonight.”
Fox News host Tucker Carlson started his show Wednesday night claiming he had a “pretty good idea who wrote” the controversial anonymous New York Times op-ed and added that representatives from his show had called the White House for comment.
Earlier in the day, The New York Times published an anonymous op-ed that was allegedly written by a “senior official in the Trump administration.”
According to the op-ed’s anonymous author, “there were early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment,” against President Trump because of the “instability” many witnessed.
“We think we’ve got a pretty good idea who wrote this piece. We’ve called the White House for comment on it tonight. But until we confirm the identity, of course, we’re not going to accuse anybody in public,” Carlson said.