Fox's Brian Kilmeade parrots Trump's lie that “people in California are voting four or five times”

From the April 6 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): When you look at the economy, it is roaring. And a lot has to do with the tax cut, production, optimism. But when the president threw out that script, and threw out the topic, it allows people to go off base with him. Talk about voter fraud, he says people in California are voting four or five times. He talked about those caravans with massive rapes going on with the caravans, and going down the escalator, and then he talked about all this thing about the wall. We weren't talking about emotional moments like this, which are pure and this is why he ran. This is buried and nonexistent on other networks, but listen to what actually took place when we were talking about the economy and tax cuts.


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