All hell is breaking loose after the President of one of America’s most popular sports said these three words about Donald Trump

    Tucker Carlson is the top-rated host on cable TV.

    Carlson occasionally interviews famous musicians, actors, singers, and celebrities on his show.

    But all hell is breaking loose after the President of one of America’s most popular sports said these three words about Donald Trump.

    Wokeism has taken over most professional sports in America.

    Most conservative athletes and coaches are too afraid of losing their career to make their political views known publicly.

    But Ultimate Fighter Championship (UFC) President Dana White is one exception.

    White endorsed Donald Trump for President in 2016 and 2020 and spoke at the Republican National Convention.

    The UFC President frequently speaks out on political issues, as do numerous athletes under contract with the organization.

    In 2020, when asked about his relationship with Donald Trump, White said “I don’t give a s**t. I don’t care what people think of me or what they think.”

    White also ripped Biden and Fauci’s COVID tyranny during the pandemic and publicly spoke out against masks and vaccine mandates.

    And when the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago, White blasted the move as pure “madness.”

    On Monday, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson interviewed Dana White on his program where the two discussed his friendship with Donald Trump.

    White told Carlson that his friendship with Trump went all the way back to when the former President was just a businessman.

    “I love him and appreciate that,” White said about Trump for helping him get UFC off the ground when it first launched. “Hopefully I’ve built a business over the last 22 years, that no matter who comes and goes we’ll last and continue to grow.”

    White told Carlson that Trump is a “very, very, very good friend.”

    During UFC’s first few years, the company faced criticism from politicians and leftists who thought the sport was too aggressive and violent.

    Some states and venues refused to host UFC events.

    White said several events would not have happened if not for Trump’s help.

    “When we bought this company, this company had such a bad stigma attached to it within the sport that we could not get into venues,” White said. “Venues didn’t want us.”

    White told Carlson that Trump even offered him one of his properties to help keep UFC running during the pandemic.

    “He’s a sports guy, he loves sports,” White said. “He offered us to come and do the event at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. We did two events with him. He showed up for the first fight; stayed for the last fight,” White added.

    Since then, White said Trump has always been the “first guy to reach out and say congratulations” about his successful career.

    Tucker Carlson shared a clip of the interview on Twitter.

    “UFC President Dana White has never been afraid to support his friend, Donald Trump,” Carlson tweeted.

    Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.

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