Fox's Brian Kilmeade mocks concern about climate change: “We solved the crisis in New York with meatless Mondays”

From the March 15 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Meanwhile Beto O'Rourke decided he wanted to run for president and he made a series of speeches and he let everybody know his priorities. Number one, if it's true the world is going to end in about 10 years, we have to do what we did at Normandy.


STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): So essentially, it's last call. We have got to do something to save the planet. I think it was yesterday Nancy Pelosi was asked about his greatest achievement in Congress. And she could not name any single particular thing, said he brought a lot of vitality, he served on different committees.

KILMEADE: Vitality is good.

DOOCY: Vitality is great -- but did not name a particular achievement. 


KILMEADE: I guess he doesn't know that we solved the crisis in New York with meatless Mondays.


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