Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Wednesday he had been attempting to schedule an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin;
Tucker claimed that a “whistleblower from within the U.S. government” told him and his producers that the NSA is “monitoring our electronic communications.
- Carlson is now accusing the NSA of leaking some of his private emails to journalists.
- During an appearance on Fox Business’s “Mornings with Maria” on Wednesday, Carlson said the NSA shared his emails with journalists to “discredit me.”
- “Yesterday, I learned that, and this is going to come out soon that the NSA leaked the contents of my emails to journalists in an effort to discredit me. I know because I got a call from one of them saying, ‘Oh, this is what your email was about,’” Carlson said.