From a deadly strain of TB to the inside story of why animals are attacking cats and dogs, we had it covered on "FOX & Friends" today!
The show was a blast: Bouncing from a German dwarf who was thought to be a kidnapped kid and Paris Hilton soon to be an incarcerated young adult. Speaking of troubled young adults: Paris' days as a free woman are numbered — she must report to jail by Tuesday and I bet she does it over the weekend. Personally, I think this is the best thing that could happen to her because she'll have a chance to dry out and think about her life. She has so much going for her, it's a shame to take it for granted and — dare I say it — abuse the power.
But, as Alisyn mentioned after "FOX & Friends First," something was a little off today. OK, she actually said, "Brian, you are off today." Thankfully, Gretchen was still so thrilled that I taught her how to set her phone to vibrate, that she didn't get on me about the rhythm of the show.
Tonight, I head to Dallas and I hope to see all of you in Texas at Borders Books. Then, after the show, I go to Fort Hood after flying into Austin. Hope anyone with ID can come by, because I have blocked off plenty of time. Next, it's off to Sugarland near Houston and at the outdoor festival Sunday, I will be able to meet more of you at the Impact Player Partners to benefit those wounded/killed serving our country.
Speaking of serving our country, we were privileged to end the show with retired Marine John Melia executive director of Wounded Warrior Project and three other soldiers wounded in battle. What a thrill to see those who have been hit hard bounce back so strong. I am referring to Sgt. Heath Calhoun, First Lt. Ed Saylus and Sgt. Ben Goodson.
The book is called "It's How You Play the Game: The Powerful Sports Moments That Taught Lasting Values to America's Finest." If you'd like a personalized copy, go to www.briankilmeade.com and I'll make it happen.
Friday's show will feature Part 1 of our two-part interview with the newest star of Late Night TV, Jimmy Kimmel.
See you then!
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