Fox's Brian Kilmeade tells female co-host that he has “long been a proponent of deltoid exposure”

From the January 3 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Live from New York City, it's mostly cloudy, it is 17 degrees, and, according to my device, it feels like 11 degrees.

BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Right. How does your device know how you feel? That's the crazy thing. 

DOOCY: Hold on, that's another, swipe right.

KILMEADE: Right. Absolutely. That's a different [INAUDIBLE] entirely.

AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Everywhere I go people are like, “Why are you wearing sleeveless when it's winter?” Everyone -- I have so many people comment on that.

KILMEADE: You know what? Because we work indoors.

EARHARDT: Exactly. And I like the sleeves. I don't want to wear long sleeves every single day.

KILMEADE: I have long been a proponent of deltoid exposure, deltoid exposure.

EARHARDT: Deltoid.

KILMEADE: Yes, and that's what --

DOOCY: Is that the airline?

KILMEADE: Yes, absolutely. See you got --

EARHARDT: Clearly, you're a fan of deltoid exposure.

KILMEADE: Right, but I have to dress like a guy. So that's --

DOOCY: Believe me, I can't find a wool suit thick enough.


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