Tucker Carlson Interviews Man Claiming to Have Been Intimate, Did Drugs with Barack Obama in 1999

In episode 22 of his newest production, “Tucker on Twitter,” former Fox News primetime host Tucker Carlson sat down with Larry Sinclair, the man who claims he had sexual intercourse and did cocaine with former President Barack Obama in 1999.

During his interview with Carlson, Sinclair alleged that he was introduced to Obama by a limousine driver in Chicago, who drove him to a bar where the politician was that night.

Sinclair said he did not know Obama was an Illinois State Senator at the time.

Upon the pair’s meeting, Sinclair alleged he mentioned to Obama he needed something to “wake him up,” prompting the politician to instruct the driver of the limousine to drive to a location where cocaine could be purchased.

Sinclair said he gave Obama $250 for the cocaine, and, once back inside the limousine, snorted a line of the drug off of a CD tray while the politician smoked the drug out of a pipe.

Sinclair then alleged he performed oral sex on Obama both in the back of the limousine as well as the next day in his hotel room after the politician allegedly showed up at his Comfort Inn door.

“It definitely wasn’t Barack’s first time. That much I’m absolutely certain of. And I would almost be willing to bet you it wasn’t his last,” Sinclair told Carlson.

Sinclair’s interview with Carlson was not the first time he has spoken publicly about his alleged interaction with Obama. In June of 2008, while Obama was running for US President, Sinclair held a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington DC where he made the same allegations.

As of his assessment of the former president now, Sinclair says he thinks Obama is the “same grifter that he’s always been,” who is also “still very power hungry.”

Sinclair also said he believes Obama is “calling the shots in the current Biden Administration more than people are willing to admit.”

As of press time, the latest installment of Carlson’s video podcast, posted at 5:00 p.m. Central Standard Time on Wednesday, had over 4.7 million views. The 22 episodes posted by @TuckerCarlson have been seen over 1 billion times on Twitter / X.

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Kaitlin Housler is a reporter at The Tennessee Star and The Star News Network.
Image “Larry Sinclair” by Tucker on X.


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