GERALDO RIVERA (CORRESPONDENT-AT-LARGE): In Washington, you know, there is this toxic atmosphere — some of it created, fairly, by the president himself, with some of these policies. I mean, why in the world he wants to host Doral National golf club in Miami. Why does the president want to host the G-7 there? It just, it just —
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): It's going to be very hot.
RIVERA: It just flies in the face of the Constitution. I have a solution, though. The president can comp those rooms — let them pay for their food, and their booze, and tips — the attendees at the G-7 summit, at his resort. But he comps the rooms. He could do it. He gives back his salary. I think it would be a good gesture. And it would remove one of the Democrats' talking points.