Brian Kilmeade: Crime is skyrocketing under Biden #shorts

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Fox News host Brian Kilmeade contrasts Democrats giving more money to the IRS while neglecting to vote on a police funding bill on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

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Brian Kilmeade is an American television and radio presenter and political commentator for Fox News. On weekdays he co-hosts Fox’s morning show, Fox & Friends, and he hosts the Fox News Radio program The Brian Kilmeade Show. He has authored or co-authored non-fiction and fiction books.

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