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Greg Norman: I Don’t Care What Some American Fans Think of LIV GOLF

Tucker Carlson welcomed Norman onto Monday’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” 

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson welcomed LIV Golf CEO and commissioner Greg Norman onto Monday’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” 

After the tournament at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, Norman spoke with Carlson about what’s next for them and controversial topics surrounding the tour. 

One of the conversations that Norman had with Carlson was over the tour’s backing from Saudi Arabia and whether sponsors would consider dropping golfers due to their participation in LIV Golf’s tournaments. 

Norman quickly pointed to the PGA Tour as an organization that does business with Saudi Arabia, saying it would be hypocritical to see sponsors drop golfers. 

“The PGA Tour, I think, has about 27 sponsors on the PGA Tour do 40-plus-billion dollars worth of business on an annual basis in Saudi Arabia,” Norman told Carlson. “Now, why doesn’t the PGA Tour call the CEOs of each one of those organizations, ‘sorry, we can’t do business with you because you’re doing business with Saudi Arabia?’

“Why are they picking on the professional golfers? Why? The male professional golfers? Females, the LPGA Tour is sponsored by Aramco, right?”

Nonetheless, Norman added that he doesn’t care what the average American gold fan thinks about LIV Golf, saying that their plan is geared toward the younger generation. 

“I really don’t care, quite honestly,” Norman said. “I just love the game of golf so much. And I just want to grow the game of golf. And we at LIV see that opportunity.”

“We at LIV see it not just for the men, but for the women. We at LIV see it for NCAA and younger generations. We at LIV see it as a pathway to opportunities for these kids to experience a new world out there. LIV is the future of golf.”

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  1. Frank

    August 2, 2022 at 11:47 am

    Aw, poor Tucker and Greggie are butt-hurt over Americans turning their backs on Trump’s terrorist Saudi golf tournament, while Joe Biden is out there killing terrorists from that same country.

    Sad!

  2. Chas

    August 2, 2022 at 2:28 pm

    I don’t care what SOME Americans think … blah blah blah..

    Hence the problem, these fascists are so busy trying to divide and conquer that they look at their very own neighbors and even family, as enemies. People like Tucker RELISH in creating such a divide. it really is quite gross and downright evil.

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Rachel Maddow Details Demands to NBCUniversal During Contract Talks

It wasn’t “some sort of, like, hostile, heated negotiation with NBC,” Maddow said.

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This year, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow has transitioned from being a daily news host to a weekly timeslot on Mondays while she focuses on other projects as part of her new contract. 

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Maddow shed light on the behind the scene details that went into the discussions with NBCUniversal, resulting in a new contract that will see her stay with the company through the 2024 election and a reported $30 million per year salary. 

It wasn’t “some sort of, like, hostile, heated negotiation with NBC,” Maddow said. “What I asked for, and I realize it’s a really hard thing to ask for from a big corporate entity, is flexibility, fluidity, and forgiveness.”

“Like, I want us to handle this in a way that we don’t have to map every second of it. And I want my staff to all stay employed, and I want them to be able to shift between different types of projects, just as I am.”

Alex Wagner takes over for Maddow Tuesday through Friday, as her show debuts on Aug. 16 at 9 PM ET. 

“This is not a show where our hair is on fire, and we’re yelling past each other, and we’re creating these manufactured moments of tension,” MSNBC President Rashida Jones said regarding the show’s format under Wagner in a June interview with The New York Times

“I really want the takeaway from this show to be a better understanding of what’s happening in the world.”

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Mehdi Hasan: Alex Jones Gained Credibility from Republican Party

Mehdi Hasan slammed the Republican Party for giving Jones credibility rather than allowing the InfoWars host to be a conspiracy theorist on the internet

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This past week, a jury handed down a verdict that InfoWars owner Alex Jones must pay $4.1 million in compensatory damages in one of the host’s three lawsuits from Sandy Hook families. 

Following the verdict, MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan slammed the Republican Party for giving Jones credibility rather than allowing the InfoWars host to be a conspiracy theorist on the internet. 

“It’s worth noting that Alex Jones is not just the far-right fringe figure he should be,” Hasan said on Friday’s edition of “The Mehdi Hasan Show.”

“Because past guests on his program. Like Donald Trump and Congressman Matt Gaetz and more recent guests like Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene have lent legitimacy to this conspiratorial far-right bloviator …”

Hasan added that these politicians appearing on Jones’ show gave him validation to a host “who peddles nonsense conspiracies about murdered children and Hillary Clinton being a demon and a so-called Jewish mafia controlling the world.”

“Alex Jones should have been rejected by Republican leaders and lawmakers, but instead, he was shamefully embraced,” Hasan concluded. 

Jones’ court appearances are not done as he has two more defamation trials pending, one in Austin and another in Connecticut. Furthermore, Jones told Judge Maya Guerra Gamble that anything more than $2 million would plunge the company. 

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Donald Trump Raising Funds to Sue CNN

The former president sent out a couple of emails titled “Let’s SUE CNN,” one of two fundraising emails sent out to his supporters on Friday.

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Former President Donald Trump is attempting to sue CNN, but The Daily Beast reports that he’s asking his followers to send in money to “support” the legal action against the network. 

Trump has yet to file any legal documents that will see CNN on the receiving end of a defamation lawsuit. Instead, the former president sent out a couple of emails titled “Let’s SUE CNN,” one of two fundraising emails sent out to his supporters on Friday.

“I’m calling on my best and most dedicated supporters to add their names to stand with me in my impending LAWSUIT against Fake News CNN,” the email said. “Add your name IMMEDIATELY to show your support for my upcoming lawsuit against Fake News CNN.”

Afterward, a second email from Trump stated that the first 45 names to help would stand next to him as he stands against CNN. 

“I’m going to look over the names of the first 45 Patriots who added their names to publicly stand with their President AGAINST CNN,” the second email said. 

The former president threatened CNN with a lawsuit and sent the network’s General Counsel David Vigilante and top CNN executive Chris Licht a note titled, “Notice of Intent to Bring Civil Action for Defamation.”

“Without regard for President Trump’s genuine belief in his statements, CNN has published numerous articles characterizing him as a ‘liar’ and the purveyor of the ‘Big Lie,’” the Trump legal letter to CNN said.

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