Charlotte Tyler
August 12, 2023

'Let Me Finish!': All Hell Breaks Loose On 'Fox & Friends' When One Host Minimizes Biden Bribery Allegations

Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade of Fox News engaged in a heated debate on Thursday over whether Congressional Republicans could provide evidence that President Joe Biden was illegally involved in his son's business dealings, as the Daily Caller reported.

The Fox & Friends panel discussed Hunter Biden's shady business dealings, during which Doocy stated, "With all due respect, the Republicans need better investigators because they have a lot of circumstantial evidence, but they have not demonstrated that Joe Biden profited personally or violated the rules."

Emails reveal that the office of then-Vice President Biden sent talking points to the State Department regarding Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky days after Hunter "called D.C. from the site of the board meeting of the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma."

The Argument

“They’re doing great, I vehemently disagree,” Kilmeade fired back before Doocy attempted to interject, to which Kilmeade insisted that he be let to finish.

“Let me finish! I started!” Doocy said. “This is funneling right to him at a rapid pace. They have had this job for eight months. What’s funneling into him?”

“Everything! Is Joe involved? Is Joe’s presence involved in every major business deal that Hunter was involved in? As Andy McCarthy said, Joe was the business. He had the access. Hunter didn’t. Hunter didn’t have the reputation. It’s leading right there,” Kilmeade said.

“Brian, what laws did Joe Biden break?” the Fox journalist was asked.

“If the American people knew,” Kilmeade said, but Doocy pressed him to "answer the question," and cite what law was broken.

“Number one, the investigation is not done," Kilmeade said, to which Doocy replied that was his exact point in the argument.

“Do you not want to hear any reporting until it’s done?” Kilmeade asked before co-host Ainsley Earhardt jumped in to try and cool tensions.

“To my earlier point, the Republicans just need to present the evidence to the American people and say, look, they have got to say okay,” Doocy said before Kilmeade interjected.

Conclusion to the Segment

The argument raged on with the pair clashing over the contentions, citing legal filings, the president's actions, and what they believed should have been more extensive investigations.

“This investigation is the most damning leading to a culmination I have ever seen,” Kilmeade argued, before Doocy interjected that "We just need proof so the American public.”

“I said it looks terrible,” Doocy said. “We just need proof so the American public," and the pair ended up  agreeing that their disagreement would likely not be resolved.

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