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Tucker Carlson Is Now a Big Problem for pro-Israel Conservatives

Jonathan S. Tobin
Jonathan S. Tobin
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Even after an election defeat, the debacle of the January 6 Capitol riot and a second impeachment, polls show that the former President Donald Trump is still, by acclaim, the leader of the Republican Party.

But with his Twitter account shut down, Trump is no longer quite as formidable a figure as he was only a few months ago. That means both conservatives and the liberal mass media that thrived on providing fodder for the people who hated Trump, need a new focus.

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