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Jon Stewart and Tucker Carlson are officially on the outs. In an interview with the Associated Press, Carlson called Stewart's performance on Friday's contentious Crossfire "ridiculous," adding that, "I wasn't offended as much as I was unimpressed." On Monday's Daily Show, Stewart defended his behavior. "I had always in the past mentioned to friends and people I meet on the street that I think [Crossfire] blows," he said. "I thought it was only the right thing to do to go say it to them personally on their program." My brother David, meanwhile, says the consensus is that "Stewart needs to apologize for" calling Carlson a "d--k." David then urged me to, "Dig deeper on this one, Mike... it is a big story." The consensus about my brother, meanwhile, is that he needs a hobby.

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Jon Stewart and Tucker Carlson are officially on the outs. In an interview with the Associated Press, Carlson called Stewart's performance on Friday's contentious Crossfire "ridiculous," adding that, "I wasn't offended as much as I was unimpressed." On Monday's Daily Show, Stewart defended his behavior. "I had always in the past mentioned to friends and people I meet on the street that I think [Crossfire] blows," he said. "I thought it was only the right thing to do to go say it to them personally on their program." My brother David, meanwhile, says the consensus is that "Stewart needs to apologize for" calling Carlson a "d--k." David then urged me to, "Dig deeper on this one, Mike... it is a big story." The consensus about my brother, meanwhile, is that he needs a hobby.