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KILMEADE KONDENSED: 2/7/2013
BRIAN’S OPENING THOUGHTS
Brian is eager to hear what John Brennan, President Obama’s nominee for CIA Director, has to say at today’s Senate hearing over the administration’s drone program.
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Lt. Col. Brad Taylor, author of Enemy of Mine who spent 21 years in the U.S. Army Infantry and Special Forces, talked about how his fictional book parallels the unrest in Syria so realistically. Lt. Col. Taylor also explained how he named the book.
“Clearly she has not had a facelift in the last week!” Steve Doocy cleared the record on his comments that Hillary Clinton got a facelift, and explained that he was talking about a new website dedicated to Hillary Clinton that displayed new pictures of her. “The website had a facelift,” Doocy explained.
Max Boot, author of Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare gave Brian insight about the origins of guerrilla warfare. “Guerrilla warfare is about as old as mankind,” Boot explained, and can still be seen today. “The innovation of our special forces, which only date back to World War II, is essentially using guerrilla tactics for a conventional force.”
FOX News’ Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld ombudsmen Andy Levy talked about his six years of being on Red Eye, and weighed in on the pros and cons of being on a show with Greg Gutfeld and Bill Schulz. “Bill kills probably about 80% of the shows. I mean the show is over and you’re just like, that would’ve been good except for Bill… It’s the subtext,” Andy explained.