KILMEADE KONDENSED: 04/04/14

 

HOUR 1

Congresswoman MICHELE BACHMANN (R-MN) of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence & Financial Services called in to talk about the Benghazi Hearings and Mike Morrell's testimony. Congresswoman Bachmann explained that Morrell was trying to save Obama's presidency and Hillary Clinton's potential 2016 presidential run.

Concerned Veterans for America CEO and Fox News Contributor PETE HEGSETH talked about the shooting at Ft. Hood and discussed whether our soldiers should be able to carry weapons on their base. Brian and Pete also discussed the mental health situation with our military and the over medication of some of our service members who are seeking help.

HOUR 2

TV analyst JOE CONCHA, of Concha Media and Mediaite, dropped by to talk about Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy taking time off to be with wife and new baby and David Letterman announcing his retirement from Late Night in 2015 after 33 years. Joe's prediction is that if CBS wants to win the time slot they must go after Howard Stern.

Fox News Digital Politics Editor CHRIS STIERWALT checked in and talked about how it is very telling that the TV networks did not give President Obama a prime time slot to announce Obamacare hitting its goal of 7 million enrollees.

HOUR 3

Fox News Anchor GREGG JARRETT drops by to talk about his Fox News special "Enemies of the State" (10 pm Saturday 04/05, and 9pm on Sunday 04/06) about how big government comes in and ruins the lives of regular people who don't have the resources to fight back.

NerdTears.com movie reviewer KEVIN MCCARTHY gave us the low down on this weekend's hottest movies. The big release is "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and it blends action and emotion brilliantly. Kevin also called it the best movie in the Marvel family.

Fox Business Network "Opening Bell" host and "Sunday Morning Futures" host on Fox News Channel MARIA BARTIROMO dropped by to talk about her move over to Fox Business and how the people at Fox have been great and very welcoming. Maria explained that her FNC Sunday show is taking the business angle of stories that are dominating the news. She also told us the CEO's actually want to be asked the hard questions but know she's not out for a "gotcha moment."


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