Fox's Brian Kilmeade on Baltimore: “I don't think anyone passed statewide tests in some of these inner-city schools”

From the July 30 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Dr. Ben Carson was on our air yesterday, and remember he was a neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins, which is located in Baltimore. And he said sometimes he worried about his patients, you know, he's able to save his patients, but he did not like the fact that he had to send them back to, in some cases, homes that had rats, had bugs, had mold, had things like that.


DOOCY: And he even said that at times he would think maybe I should order some more tests for this person so they can stay in the hospital away from their house and other --

EARHARDT: Well this is an [opportunity] -- I wish that Al Sharpton would work with President Trump. I wish -- if they are friends and they have known each other for a long time, and he said that yesterday in his press conference, that he's known the president for a long time -- I wish they would just work together, because that's what comes to mind when I see those rats, I think about kids that are sleeping in dilapidated houses at night and rats are running around. I'm sure --

BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Right. I mean, look at their [education]. The results on they education, which is the key to their future, I don't think anyone passed statewide tests in some of these inner-city schools, I mean for math and reading.

EARHARDT: Well, and Al Sharpton yesterday was saying the president's going after Baltimore, but he hasn't gone after Nancy Pelosi's district, and she has problems with homelessness. You never hear him talk about that. He has actually talked about that.

DOOCY: Well the nation's focus is now like a laser on Baltimore, let's see what happens next.


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