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Tucker Carlson Does Not Give A Fox About Retirement

Breitbart Reports:

Reports suggest that former Fox News host Tucker Carlson was "blindsided" by his firing, however that has not dissuaded him from enjoying the sun and time with his family.

"Retirement is going great so far," Carlson said as he left his home in Boca Grande on Tuesday night, appearing relaxed and in good spirits.

When pressed on his future plans, Carlson smiled and joked in an interview with the Daily Mail, "Appetizers plus entree."

The Mail noted that Carlson reportedly spent Tuesday with Justin Wells, his executive producer, on future plans. The outlet continued that the former Fox News host would not likely make future moves while his powerhouse attorney, Byran Freedom, negotiates his exit from Fox Corp.

Reports found that Carlson and former CNN anchor Don Lemon are now represented by Freedman as both former hosts try to secure their exit packages from their respective cable channels, Breitbart said.

Eugene Delgaudio commented Monday about the removal of Tucker Carlson from Fox (in part)

"America has just lost the one voice on any major network that was willing to tell the truth about the Homosexual Agenda.

If you haven't heard by now, Fox News fired Tucker Carlson from their network.

And the Homosexual Lobby and their allies across the Mainstream Media are moving fast to try to permanently cancel Tucker," Delgaudio said.

Delgaudio also said in an email to supporters (in part)

The real reason Tucker was fired happened on (Friday night after the broadcast).

As anyone who watched what turned out to be his last segment on Friday can tell you, there wasn't any hint that that was Tucker's last show.

No one at the company was talking about canceling him yet.

But on (Friday night), Tucker Carlson gave a rousing keynote speech in which he directly challenged the "transgender" agenda.

He mocked the very idea of "transgender" as false.

And that was the last straw for the corporate executives, " Delgaudio said.