Brian Kilmeade: It's a "great point" to say "what if it was your daughter" sexually assaulted, but "what if it was your son" who was accused of assault?

Brian Kilmeade: It's a "great point" to say "what if it was your daughter" sexually assaulted, but "what if it was your son" who was accused of assault?

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From the September 25 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): We don't know much about it. We know it happened 36 years ago and no one's been able to corroborate the story, and the people who say, "Well what if it was your daughter," that's a great point. But I also go back at them and say, "What if it was your son?" And you can't just, all of a sudden you wake up one day and you have to defend yourself against charges that you say about an incident that never happened. And that's why everyone has a stake in this result.

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