Tucker Carlson says Chris Hayes is 'what every man would be if feminists had absolute power'

Fox News host Tucker Carlson said MSNBC host Chris Hayes is "what every man would be if feminists ever achieved absolute power in this country" during his opening monologue on Monday night. 

“Chris Hayes is what every man would be if feminists ever achieved absolute power in this country: apologetic, bespectacled and deeply, deeply concerned about global warming and the patriarchal systems that cause it,” Carlson said of his 8 p.m. rival.
 
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“It looks like 'Ellen' — kind of a fusion show,” Carlson later said in mocking the event and comparing the setting to the one used by talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. 
 
The town hall featuring Ocasio-Cortez, who was recently called "The Phenom" on a March cover of Time magazine, attracted 1.57 million viewers for MSNBC's "All In with Chris Hayes" on Friday night, while "Tucker Carlson Tonight" won the time slot with 2.6 million viewers. CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" was third, with 733,000 viewers. 
 
In the key 25–54 demographic that advertisers covet most, Carlson registered 420,000 viewers, while Hayes took in 232,000 in the category to Cooper 155,000.