BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): He is in Michigan, where he said he looks to have a secure lead, but he puts a bunch of cars behind him and a handful of people, and he said something that he could have said in his basement.
But the problem is he says "it's union workers." No one is anti-union. But if union wages are going to be the -- how we build cars, they are going to be too expensive to build here for Americans to build here to buy them here. That's why so often people build it out of the country or picked a right-to-work states in order to build them down south and North Carolina and South Carolina. So it's a disingenuous thing altogether.