Fox's Kilmeade: People are “looking for some type of scandal” with questions about American troops killed in Niger

From the October 24 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): You have an incident happen. People want to get to the bottom of it and you have the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff come forward and say this is what we know so far, we'll give you the latest. And of course, the family members need to know details as soon as we get it. And now I'm just curious why the American people need to know how many people are doing what in West Africa? It seems like now -- it seems like people looking for some type of scandal. I need to know how many troops are in West Africa? Really? Just know that Al Qaeda, al-Shabaab, ISIS are fanning out there and they're doing it not for fun but in order to train others to stop terrorists from eventually coming over here. 


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