‘Fox & Friends’ parrots Trump by holding ‘breakfast at the border’ 100+ miles away from it

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As part of a town hall scheduled, “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade was dispatched to San Antonio, Texas, where he set up shop in Lulu’s Bakery & Cafe.

  • An on-screen graphic read “Breakfast at the Border.”
  • The apparent reference to San Antonio (and questioning of patrons about border security”) seemed to suggest that San Antonio is a border city.
  • In reality, it’s about a 150 or more ride from the U.S.-Mexico border.
  • Interestingly, Donald Trump referred to San Antonio as a “border city” earlier this week — despite what geography says.
  • In fairness, it’s probably Lulu’s has to be close to the border of something — maybe a township or county line or parking lot — but for some reason that doesn’t sound like what Fox was trying to imply.