PETE HEGSETH (HOST): Ultimately, it devolves into, "Well, it's not our failure. We're opposed by a bunch of white nationalists and a bunch of racists. 52 of them who came together and didn't let us change the filibuster that we used 300 times the last year of -- or in the years of the Trump presidency." If you're then again defaulting to racism, you really haven't learned any lessons here.
CHARLIE KIRK (GUEST): No, not at all. And it's just disappointing. It's bad for the country. It's a reversion back to tribalism. And that's all they have. And they've made a decision to no longer try to have class warfare. They want racial warfare. And I say everywhere I go across the country, "Don't fall for it. This is so sloppy. It's wrong, it's immoral."