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Here's Who Tucker Carlson Sat Down With on the Last Segment of His Program

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In news that shocked the political world, Fox News Media announced Monday that it had "agreed to part ways" with its former primetime host, Tucker Carlson, as Spencer reported earlier this morning.

In a statement about the host's departure from the network, Fox indicated that the final installment of "Tucker Carlson Tonight" aired on Friday, April 21.

"FOX News Media and Tucker Carlson have agreed to part ways," the statement said. "We thank him for his service to the network as a host and prior to that as a contributor."

His last segment was in studio with Tyler Morrell, the hero deliveryman from Cocco's Pizza in Pennsylvania who tripped a suspect leading police on a chase, all while keeping the pie intact.

Morrell brought in some pizzas for Carlson to try (sausage and pineapple for the former host), and the two exchanged some lighthearted dialogue while chowing down. 

"We just thought what a great way to end the week, truly that was a great segment, and we're just grateful that you came on, and I'm especially grateful for the pie," he said. "That's it for us for the week... we'll be back on Monday. In the meantime, have the best weekend with the ones you love, and we'll see you then." 

In a powerful speech at a Heritage Foundation event on Friday, Carlson spoke about the power of telling the truth.

"The truth is contagious…the second you decide to tell the truth about something, you are filled with this…power from somewhere else…the more you tell the truth, the stronger you become. That's completely real. It's measurable in the way that you feel." 

Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts joked with Carlson that if things didn't work out at Fox, "there's always a job for you at Heritage." 

"You've saved me before," he replied, laughing. 


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