A group of what Fox cleverly called “Generation Hexed” millennials fell over themselves praising Donald Trump. Not surprisingly, they were all white.
Host Neil Cavuto set the tone when he said, excitedly, "I'm telling you, people stop in their tracks when he [Trump] does a press conference. Tell me, when you've seen that with a typical politician! …It's entertainment, it’s a moment, whatever. That guy is generating a great deal of interest!"
Attorney Christi Kunzig was even more complimentary. "He gives you an answer. I love him. I love him! I think he's not your stereotypical politician, which is great. He answers questions, which is great, and he says what's on his mind, he’s not afraid."
At least Cavuto corrected the record on that point. "Or he chooses not to. He’ll say I don't want to talk about that," Cavuto noted.
Kunzig was not to be deterred from her Trump lovin’. "But he says what he's thinking,” she replied. “He's not afraid to come out, even if he's going to get backlash for it. He's proven he doesn't care about that. That's fine, and people love him for that, and I love him for that!"
Joanne Nosuchinsky, of the Greg Gutfeld show, had more Trump love. "And I love the fact that he took so many questions,” she said about his recent press conference. “It's wonderful, and I think journalists like it too. You get these nuggets of great quotable moments, or you get more opportunities for him to bash people."
"He's going to give you an entertaining response," Your World producer Dan Hillsdon agreed. He complained about how boring most politicians’ press conferences are.
Cavuto said, "John Kennedy himself must be rolling over in his grave because we used the comparison with the number of questions he took in the limited time he had, and it was a frequency that matched that of John Kennedy. Boom, boom, boom."
Watch the “fair and balanced” panel with one opinion, only, below, from the September 4 Your World.