Brian Stelter, NBC host triggered that Tucker Carlson is bringing his show to Twitter

"Will anyone be able to police what Carlson says, or is this the point? Is it just a free for all?"

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC
NBC brought on former CNN anchor Brian Stelter to talk about Tucker Carlson's move to Twitter for his new show, and both Stelter and the host were substantially triggered by Tucker's move to bring his show exclusively to Twitter. Twitter CEO Elon Musk specified that he and Carlson do not have a financial arragement, and Carlson would be able to gain ad revenue and subscription fees.

"Will anyone be able to police what Carlson says, or is this the point? Is it just a free for all?" the host asked.

"This is the point," Stelter replied. "It is s free for all. It's what Elon Musk wants to provide. This move from Tucker may cement Twitter as a right-wing website."

Carlson announced on Tuesday that he was "back" and would be bringing his own show to Twitter. 

The news comes after Carlson and Fox News parted ways in April of this year. Carlson has since alleged that Fox is in violation of their contract. Stelter himself was fired from CNN and his show, Reliable Sources, was pulled off the air 8 months ago.

Carlson made the announcement of the return in a video posted to Twitter on Tuesday, with the caption "We're back." Carlson reportedly spoke with Twitter CEO Elon Musk about working together last week, though the details of their conversation remain unknown. 

Stelter has been critical of Musk in the past In a segment on CNN, Stelter said, "If you get invited to something where there are no rules, where there is total freedom for everybody, do you actually want to go to that party or are you going to decide to stay home?”

Carlson is not the first to bring his show to Twitter since the social media giant was acquired by Musk. Earlier this week, Daily Wire's Matt Walsh announced that he would be uploading his full shows to Twitter. This announcement came after a hack on his account.

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