On Thursday, Tucker Carlson mistakenly delved into former President Donald Trump’s financial struggles and marital life.
Carlson, in a segment on the Russia-Ukraine war on Thursday, called the US response to the invasion a “classic mission,” in which the country prolongs the military’s stay for a purpose that will harm the long-term America.
He later played a clip of former Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg telling Fox News host John Roberts that the United States should stay “all in” and noted that the nation had no gave the Ukrainians weapons, like an attack cruise missile, that can reach all of Crimea.
“It can really put the Russians at risk, but we didn’t do it. And I think we should threaten them,” said Kellogg, who served from 1967 to 2003.
“Until [Vladimir Putin] really believes that we are pursuing him seriously, he will continue to make these threats.
Carlson, in response to Kellogg’s take, said anyone who participated in the last five wars that hurt the United States in the long run “should probably step back from talking about the last war.”
The reason not to listen to Kellogg about Ukraine aid would be “for the same reason that you wouldn’t take, say, financial advice from someone who went bankrupt or you wouldn’t go to consult a marriage counselor with someone who’s been mmm…divorced three times because they obviously failed in their so-called area of expertise.
Carlson’s stunt adds to the Fox News host’s story of defending Russia and Putin, peddling a Russian conspiracy theory and dropping pro-Russian talking points on his show since the start of the invasion of Ukraine earlier this year.
You can watch a clip of Carlson accidentally slamming Trump below.
Carlson’s comparison didn’t escape Twitter users who thought the Fox News host almost let “married thrice” slip out of his mouth.
Trump has been married three times and whose businesses have filed for bankruptcy protection six times.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.