STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Joe Biden has been -- he said, look, the theme of my inauguration is going to be unity. But let's -- as we have been doing on this show for over 20 years, let's put the shoe on the other foot. If a Democratic president -- Democrat president did what happened last week, a week ago today, would the Republicans in the House and the Senate move to impeach him if they could? The answer is yes.
BRIAN KILMEADE: Well, the answer's always yes. Democrats will always go against President Trump, and you had no problem with President Trump up until this week, so what happened?
AINSLEY EARHARDT: What you'll hear a lot of conservatives say though, the ones who are still pro-Trump. Don't forget about all the good things that he did.
EARHARDT: The policy, the immigration, the economy, what he did for peace in the Middle East --
DOOCY: Brian, what happened last week was the riot and the looting of the U.S. Capitol.
KILMEADE: Well there was so many things that have happened. Including the first impeachment, the second -- the phone call, and this and that. There's both sides to this issue, and the bottom line is in five, six days there's another president.