AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Many families here, including mine, we have au pairs, and we rely on them. I go to work at 3:00 in the morning, so I need her there and I need her in my house so that she can help me with my daughter. So, many families rely on child care from other countries. These au pairs come here on work visas, they have to go back to their country to get the visas renewed, and we've been talking in my house about how that's going to happen. So these are all things, these are questions that we have that, hopefully the president will roll out a plan and we'll all be informed on how this is going to affect all of our lives.
BRIAN KILMEADE: Yeah I just want to say, I know a lot of people who have au pairs that come here legally. Someone we all know has been waiting on one for a matter of months now, but the problem with immigration because of the pandemic, I'm wonder if there could be a testing procedure done once things settle down here in a month or so, so those people that are coming here legally through visas will be able to come here through work visas. And maybe be students in the fall. I'm not sure how that's going to go, but we'll see.
EARHARDT: All right, Steve?
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): And ultimately, what the president did say last night was, in addition to stopping the spread of coronavirus, he also said he was trying to safeguard American jobs. The people who are here in the country, who are not working, this would help make sure that they keep their job rather than somebody from another country coming in and taking that.