BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Other passengers also felt threatened, they helped out, too. This man, who died, has numerous other arrests for assault, disorderly conduct, fare beating, according to law enforcement. So, before she quickly says this guy was just houseless, understand you can be houseless and you don't have to harass other people on the subway at 2:30 in the afternoon. This is constantly happening in New York. We've been telling you about it. I ride the subways almost exactly the same time when I'm not working late at night -- on the F-train too by the way. I can't tell you how many times you see this guy -- these guys -- walking up and down screaming and you think to yourself, this can be out of control at any moment. So this 24-year-old was able to sit there and suppress with a chokehold, not beat him senseless, and maybe, or maybe perhaps he was on something prior to that, that is why Mayor Adams responsibly said let's wait. The other thing is, too, do you want to wait for him to pound people like they did Adam Klotz and just have everyone just sit on the sideline and you're critical of those passengers? You have a 24-year-old who we trained in the military, lives on Long Island, hopping on a subway, and said let me help out the American people again when I'm not in Afghanistan, let me just grab this guy and hold him down. No cops around because they are understaffed and they are not on the trains. They are upstairs. And this guy takes action. And now you have people protesting for the homeless guy? Were you protesting when he was throwing garbage at people and threatening people in their face? So, I have no patience for these people.
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Yeah, I agree.