Tucker Carlson says he 'can't really' dine out anymore because people keep yelling at him

Tucker Carlson says he 'can't really' dine out anymore because people keep yelling at him
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson said in a recent interview that he doesn't have many places where he can dine out anymore because people keep yelling at him.

During an appearance on the National Review's podcast "The Jamie Weinstein Show” on Monday, Carlson said: "I don't feel threatened, but having someone scream, 'F--- you!' at a restaurant, it just wrecks your meal."

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"I can't really go to a lot of restaurants anymore because I get yelled at,” he continued.

Carlson said there is only one restaurant he is able to regularly dine at. "I go there because I love it and nobody hassles me," the conservative commentator said.

"I can't wait for this revolution to end, so I can go back out to dinner,” Carlson added.

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