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Tucker Carlson Claims the New York Times ‘Is Committing Fraud’ to Keep Subscribers

Citing audio of a customer service representative, accused the newspaper of committing fraud in order keep subscribers.

The Fox News host said that his producer bought a Times subscription last year, but decided to cancel when the outlet raised the price to $17 a month. According to Carlson, the Times told the producer the cancelation would go through, but the producer was billed again in May.

He stated the producer called again this week to reiterate his desire to cancel the subscription and again was told it would go through. The host stated the producer was hit with (apparently) a second $17 bill this month.

“So, we called the Times to find what’s going,” Carlson said. “Within minutes, the customer service reps service of the New York Times confessed that the company is committing fraud.”

He then played audio of the representative, who confessed to

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