Carlson at CPAC in February 2012.
Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson
May 16, 1969
|Occupation||News anchor, Commentator, Pundit, columnist|
|Spouse(s)||Susan Andrews (1991 - Present)|
Tucker Carlson (born May 16, 1969) is an American political news and libertarian conservative commentator for Fox News. He is a contributing editor for The Weekly Standard. He started his television career as a political analyst for the Cable News Network (CNN) and also a host on that network, co-hosting The Spin Room and Crossfire. He left CNN in 2004. He then started hosting a show on MSNBC. Carlson co-founded The Daily Caller, funded by Foster Friess. He currently co-hosts a weekend morning talk show on Fox News Channel. 
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