Don Lemon defends Tucker Carlson after confrontation with stranger

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Don Lemon and political commentators Ana Navarro and Scott Jennings discuss video of Fox News host Tucker Carlson being confronted by a man who later posted the footage to his Instagram account. #CNN #News

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