HARRIS FAULKNER (CO-HOST): I don't know how much we can shrink that map a little bit so that we can see the NATO nations around, but I think it's interesting that through our relationships — thank you — with NATO countries, we're going to be tasked potentially with helping them secure their borders.
BILL HEMMER (FOX ANCHOR): With NATO.
FAULKNER: Yeah. And that would bring up our obligation. And look at how we've handled our own border south.
FAULKNER: And I'm not trying to compare — well would there be, you know, spillover. Look, those people trying to get out of Kyiv right now, those hundreds of thousands of people — they got to go somewhere, maybe Poland. We have troops there that we've sent — those 3,000. But I mean, really and truly we're going to have to be up against those borders, I would imagine, to help them out if Russia gets really hungry.
HEMMER: There's an article in NATO that says, you know, attack on one is attack on all.
HEMMER: And the United States was defended that way after September 11. That was when the article was invoked.