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People Can't Even With 'Fox and Friends' Host's Questionable Defense of Trump's National Emergency Declaration

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The hosts of Fox and Friends were hard at work defending President Donald Trump's controversial intention to declare a national state of emergency at the southern border, citing an illegal immigration crisis.

Host Ainsley Earhardt raised eyebrows when giving one reason Trump's declaration was justified.

Earhardt said:

“This is one of the reasons people went to the polls to vote for him – for that wall, and if you ask Republicans who support him and support the wall, they say it’s common sense.”

In November 2016, Donald Trump lost the popular vote by nearly three million ballots, with his opponent Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote by the widest margin of any losing candidate.

So, by Earhardt's logic, the majority of Americans voted against the wall.

People on Twitter were quick to point this out.

The hosts weren't spared either.

Americans lampooned the willingness of hosts Ainsley Earhardt, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade for constantly misrepresenting reality at the expense of millions of Americans.

At least they have the President's approval.