Blue City Roars for Trump, Carlson!

Recently, at the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 295 event, former President Donald Trump and ex-Fox News host Tucker Carlson received an enthusiastic reception from the crowd. They were accompanied by renowned singer Kid Rock, as noted by the Post Millennial.

Speculations are rife about Carlson’s attendance at the UFC event being linked to the possibility of him being Trump’s vice-presidential choice. Trump, during an appearance on the Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show, had expressed that Carlson, known for his “great common sense,” could be a potential running mate in 2024.

Responding to Travis’s query about considering Carlson for vice president, Trump praised Carlson’s common sense, aligning it with their shared views on conservative principles like border security and wall construction.

Conservative commentator Benny Johnson interpreted Carlson’s presence at UFC 295 as a strong hint of his political aspirations to join Trump. Johnson, expressing his views on a social media platform formerly known as Twitter, saw it as a sign of Carlson potentially running for vice president.

Trump’s arrival at Madison Square Garden was met with a loud cheer, reminiscent of his receptions at past UFC events. At UFC 287 in Miami in April 2023, UFC star Jorge Masvidal acknowledged Trump as the “greatest president” and led a chant against President Joe Biden.

Throughout his appearances at UFC events, Trump has been seen with various notable figures, including UFC CEO Dana White and podcaster Joe Rogan.