Mick Mulvaney, former acting White House Chief of Staff, tells Brian Kilmeade President Trump is absolutely right to skip doing a virtual debate with Joe Biden. Mulvaney says he has seen data that suggests there are no undecided voters left and it is just a question of whose side turns up to vote. When asked about President Trump leaving his hospital room at Walter Reed to wave at supporters in a motorcade, Mulvaney said he had no problem with the decision because everyone around the President had the proper protective equipment. Mulvaney also believes it sent a clear message to Americans, our allies and enemies that he is fine. Mulvaney also weighed in on the job his successor, current White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, is doing. Mulvaney says Meadows is doing as good as you can under the circumstances. Mulvaney has sympathy for Meadows and believes no chief of staff has been through circumstances like this, adding, this is coming from a guy who dealt with the Mueller report and impeachment.