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“The truth is that Washington policies, not unstoppable market forces, are a key driver of the problems American workers face,” Carlson said, continuing to read an extended monologue on the topic before revealing it was an excerpt from a policy proposal by Warren.

“From our trade agreements to our tax code, we have encouraged companies to invest abroad, ship jobs overseas and keep wages low,” Carlson continued.

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"Nobody you voted for said that or would ever say it," Carlson said, adding that "many of Warren’s policy prescriptions make obvious sense," such as the federal government buying U.S.-made products whenever possible and scaling up apprenticeship programs.

Carlson, despite his agreement with Warren’s economic proposals, called her a “race-hustling, gun-grabbing abortion extremist" and lamented the lack of “a caucus that represents where most Americans actually are: nationalist on economics, fairly traditional on the social issues.”

Carlson’s monologue did not address a green manufacturing plan Warren released the same day, which included spending $400 billion over a decade on a “Green Apollo” program to address clean energy research and development while promoting its use in the U.S. and abroad.

This report was corrected Thursday at 8:05 a.m. to reflect that Carlson was just speaking about Warren's general economic proposals.