The restoration of Tucker Carlson
Tucker Carlson, whose new 9 p.m. show on Fox has been a ratings and echo-chamber hit, sat down with McKay Coppins, now a staff writer for The Atlantic:
A keeper: "He recalls receiving a text message on election night from a stunned Democratic friend declaring his intention to flee the country with his family. Carlson replied by asking if he could use their pool while they were gone."
One quibble: McKay calls The Monocle, where he had lunch with Tucker, "upscale" when he meant "old-school."