Brian Kilmeade: “Good move” for Trump to hold a campaign rally despite devastating Hurricane Michael

From the October 11 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

Video file

AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): There was a little child that was killed in Georgia, a tree fell on top of the home and killed the child, and then someone else died in Gadsden County, which is in Florida, too. Fallen tree. 

JANICE DEAN (FOX NEWS METEOROLOGIST): This hurricane was a category three when it went through Georgia. 

STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Through Georgia. 

DEAN: Through Georgia. They have not had a hurricane of that strength in over a century in Georgia. 

DOOCY: It was one for the record books, all right, and it's still going. J.D., thank you very much. 

BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): So, the president last night was able to join [Fox News'] Shannon Bream after his rally in Pennsylvania. He wanted everyone to know that, even though he's holding the rally, he never really put the people in the eye of the storm behind him. He had them in his thoughts, he says, they're already lined up, ready to come in. I'm not going to cancel in Pennsylvania for what's happening in Florida. I think that was, overall, a good move.


AccuWeather: Unprecedented Category 4 Hurricane Michael makes landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida

The Weather Channel: Hurricane Michael is Hitting the Record Books in Many Unpleasant Ways


National TV news is still failing to properly incorporate climate change into hurricane coverage

Fox News largely ignored a major new climate change report

Bill Nye on hurricanes: “This is not in anybody's best interest to continue to deny climate change”