From the December 8 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
ANDREA TANTAROS (HOST): So that crowd, Hemmer, of thousands liking what the Donald had to say. He has been front runner despite these controversial comments. Republicans criticizing him but again they're saying to a problem “nope,” even though he's coming up with a solution, even though they don't like it.
TANTAROS: Well that is a point that some are saying, Harris, is one that's very important, that Donald Trump just handed Hillary Clinton and President Obama a distraction from an issue that the president appears to be unwilling to tackle.
HARRIS FAULKNER (HOST): Well it's a vacuum that people are talking about, and if Aristotle talked about it maybe he would say that it's not just nature that supports it but politics supports a vacuum, too. So you're seeing Donald Trump step up into hole that's been createdbecause it looks like we've had no strategy, now we have a strategy, we're not quite sure what happened in the gap, and can we survive it, can we defeat these guys.
TANTAROS: But, Sandra, from a messaging perspective, again we see Trump, though he says something that is inflammatory perhaps, right? Discriminating based on religion, right?
SANDRA SMITH (HOST): It helps him in the polls.
TANTAROS: It helps him in the polls because it's a solution to a problem that no one will tackle.