GREG KELLY (HOST): The orange smog here in New York City. Have you heard about it? Many cities on the East Coast, primarily, have this big blanket of orange smug right over the top of it. Our woke friends to the north in Canada, their forest fires got out of hand and, well, this is what we're dealing with. It's complicating some people's lives, but it's manageable. I'll tell you, it actually smells like wood smoke. It's not an unpleasant odor, to be honest. It's kind of weird when it seeps into the building, but outdoors, I can deal with it. Folks with respiratory issues though, that's a real thing, a real complication.
The White House is trying to exploit this, saying it's all because of global warming and the normal talking points that go with that. I don't think that's the case. I think it's a forest fire. This actually has happened a couple of times before in history. And for the time being, we can live with it. But it is pretty, it actually is pretty. It's a beautiful, interesting aura the city has right now.