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Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade criticized President Donald Trump’s foreign policy Monday, and Trump fired right back with a tweet, saying that Kilmeade “got it all wrong.”

“Brian Kilmeade over at @foxandfriends got it all wrong. We are not going into another war between people who have been fighting with each other for 200 years. Europe had a chance to get their ISIS prisoners, but didn’t want the cost. ‘Let the USA pay,’ they said,” Trump wrote.

“Kurds may be releasing some to get us involved. Easily recaptured by Turkey or European Nations from where many came, but they should move quickly. Big sanctions on Turkey coming! Do people really think we should go to war with NATO Member Turkey? Never ending wars will end!”

The president’s tweets came after Kilmeade said that Trump made a “huge mistake” by moving American forces out of Syria.

Fox recently released a poll showing 51 percent of Americans supported impeaching Trump and removing him from office.

Trump responded by saying that Fox News is “so different than it used to be.”

Longtime Fox News host Shepard Smith left the network Friday, and Trump responded by saying his departure was “probably because of bad ratings.”

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Lorrainie October 15, 2019
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Funny thing is,Kilmeade isn't President and it amazes me these so called tv guys know more than President Trump. President Trump knows what he's doing and I stand with my President...PERIOD
lou Vandiver October 15, 2019
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I never liked Brian Kilmeade. Everytime I would see him come on I would turn the channel.
ELINOR A. DE MENDONCA October 15, 2019
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I sincerely hope FOX gets things straight again. More "fair and balanced" and the other stations CNN, ABC, NBC, MSN, etc keep to themselves instead of tainting our only decent channel. Brian Kilmeade should not have taken that personal thought to the public. IF he thinks the President is wrong and he is a "unbiased reporter of the news" - It does not give him the right to state his own personal negative thought against the President's action. STFU.
RIC CARTER October 15, 2019
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Don't forget some support impeachment to force democrats to have their votes on record, and to open up any and all to questioning by the Senate. That's the last thing the left wants.
Diana October 15, 2019
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It is time for Brian to go. Both Brian and Shep have the same strange look in their eyes and we don't need them at Fox.
Sue Jackson October 15, 2019
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I was surprised and very disappointed in what & how Brian Kilmeade made his comment. I begin my day @ 6am each day with Fox & Friends because they have always been a dependable source for getting just the News. I don't need nor care for the correspondents that want to give me their personal take or view of the news. I am a grown ass adult that spent my entire career working in healthcare where I faced having to make split second decisions daily so I'm quiet certain I possess the ability to discern the News without assistance from the reporter. Sometimes I think Kilmeade tries to be funny but falls flat on his face which should give him the hint that his job is supposed to be a "news reporter" that adheres to the 'we report, you decide' system of ethical journalism.
SJ October 15, 2019
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Didn't everyone in congress (not the media because it was obummer who took us in) criticize when we went into Syria saying it was wrong and now they are criticizing us for trying to get out? Kilmeade is a good man, even good men are wrong sometimes. Trump is right and as it all starts to unfold even those that criticize will see the truth and agree.
mike dar October 15, 2019
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Almost all the relevant troop movement was simply relocating teams as the President had intel Turkish forces were going to make a strike. So.. lets review... for 'Talking heads' that wish to remain relevant to having a position in a 'show',,, 'Trump made a mistake moving troops,, some of our allies died..' or... 'Had Trump moved American forces from harms way our men would not have died...' Either way Kilmeade justifies his seat in the 'Show'. but not on a fair and balanced reporting... saving American lives is left out. Kilmeade made a egregious error and has before, simply for self recognition.. to remain relevant...
Alfred E Newman October 15, 2019
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Brian do you a dog in this fight. Sign up to in the all Volunteer Army and request to be sent over there. Now you can show yourAmerican Spirit
Linda October 15, 2019
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Maybe Kilmeade is vying for Shep Smith's time slot.
susan October 15, 2019
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Kilmead is a history buff, wrote several books, but it is a lot easier to write about war in your safe little room, but much harder to actually go to war! He has it all backwards still sticking with the old talking points that US has to bleed and die on foreign soil indefinitely in order to "keep the terrorists out of America"! That was the Bush era talking points and how these war mongers got us into war in the first place. The entire Middle East war is a Fraud and a Sham which was based on False Intel on 9/11 I wonder if Kilmead would join the POTUS on one of his trips to receive the bodies of the fallen and have to stand next to their screaming mothers while they hug their children's or husbands coffins screaming in grief. I bet he would have a whole new understanding. Trump does not count it as nothing to send one of our Brave men and women to fight for our country, Trump will never squander that trust EVER! Twenty years and we are no safer, Middle East is in utter mess, our invasion of Libya and Syria has produced a Christian Genocide that no one ever talks about! Middle East wars have been going on since the beginning of recorded time! ENOUGH
Pat October 15, 2019
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More and more Fox employees are showing their real colors. Knowing nothing about what's going on in Syria,as well as other countries, they need to educate themselves before spouting off!
Bonnie October 15, 2019
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Brian Kilmeade, Didn't you know that we just don't go to war with our Allies. I am truly sorry that Syria and the Kurds are suffering but it is not God's call. The Bible will be fulfilled and all prophecies will be done. God is in control and soon the whole world will see Him in all His glory.
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