(TStarnes) – Things got a little testy Friday morning between hosts on “Fox & Friends.”
Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade don’t agree about former President Trump’s situation following his third indictment in Washington, D.C. Thursday.
The channel aired footage of Trump over the hosts while they went back and forth.
“Now, here’s the problem with that,” Doocy began. “Ty Cobb, who actually was employed by Donald Trump during the Mueller investigation, he was one of Trump’s lawyers, said that he tweeted this or he put this on Facebook. He said there will be evidence from several witnesses in this case that Donald Trump knew he lost. He said ‘I lost.’ And then Ty Cobb goes on to say it’s going to be a D.C. jury. And this is the last line of Ty Cobb. He said, ‘Donald Trump, he’s toast.’”
Kilmeade replied, “Who cares what Ty Cob says?”
And Doocy shot back, “Brian, I’m just reporting the facts!”
“No, but think about reporting everybody around Trump in, in casual conversation, in serious conversation on tour and beyond, will that go 5 seconds without him saying he won the election? He was down Sean Hannity’s throat for not defending him,” Kilmeade said.
“Brian, what I said was Ty Cobb said they have several people who were told by Trump “I know I lost.” Doocy said.
“I look, that’s fine, wait a second. So they believe that there’s going to be traction in a courtroom because Ty Cobb and a few other people said he lost when almost everybody else said he won. Why is that even part of this legal case? Because he sincerely believed that he lost the election. I didn’t even think that was going to be even brought up. A lot of people just said to him, “Drop it. I know how you feel. Change the subject,” Kilmeade said.