STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Meanwhile, Joe Biden making his swing through some Western states. He was on the — essentially, the rim of the Grand Canyon, did an interview with The Weather Channel, and The Weather Channel asked him, essentially, didn't you break your campaign promise to Gen Zers that you wouldn't punch any more holes in the ground on federal land. He goes, look, I had no choice when it comes to fossil fuels because the courts made me. Here he is talking a little bit about a national emergency we're having all across the world in the name of climate change.
DOOCY: While he was out there, he also talked about, you know, it's so hot out here as we've seen for months now, and it's because of climate change.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Right, of course. When it's hot in the summer, that could only be one thing.
DOOCY: Never been this hot.
KILMEADE: But next year when its not, I'm sure they're gonna say that's climate change, too. For him to do his first sit-down, which is stand-up, with The Weather Channel, it's the first one since the middle of July. This guy's president of the United States with some of the most contentious issues out there today from the border to what's happening off the coast of Alaska with Russia and China, what's happening over in the Ukraine and the controversial continuing to fund the war that many people are getting frustrated with. He doesn't feel a compunction to talk to anybody, but it's very significant that he is talking about the weather because he always called into Hunter Biden's meeting to talk to his people and his business partners about the weather. So maybe that's why The Weather Channel got this.
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Well, we would love to have an interview with him to talk about the election.
KILMEADE: And talk a little bit about Hunter and his business dealings and what he said on the stage as opposed to what he's living.