The set of “Fox & Friends” Tuesday took a moment for some spooky fun, with the closing minutes dedicated to the cast’s Halloween costumes.
Steve Doocy dressed as “a million bucks,” Jillian Mele was the “devil’s advocate.”
Brian Kilmeade, however, outdid them all in, appearing on set dressed as copy of his own book, “Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Underdog Army That Shaped America’s Destiny.”
“This goes to show you can’t judge a book by it’s cover,” Kilmeade said sheepishly as his own name blared from his chest. He then turned to reveal the editorial reviews plastered on the back.
“This is the only way you would ever wear a costume,” show meteorologist Janice Dean teased.
The show then closed out by welcoming bemused-looking children of Fox News channel staff on set for candy.
Since “Fox & Friends” is regular viewing in the White House, it’s more likely than not that President Donald Trump also viewed the segment.
His thoughts today, however, seem consumed by the first legal filings on Monday by special counsel Robert Mueller in his probe into Russia’s meddling in the 2016.