<em>Fox & Friends</em>' Brian Kilmeade: Robert Mueller does not "know the details" of the Mueller report
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): One thing is pretty clear. They’re going to ask Robert Mueller, too, how did it make you feel when Donald Trump — president of the United States said that you’re compromised, or how did it make you feel when the president of the United States kept attacking the process? What did you think about the rumors that he was going to fire you? And I’m not sure he’s going to answer that either. The other thing I have a sense of, he’s got until July 17 to bone up on it. I don’t think he knows the details of the report. I don’t think — he was like –
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): He’d better, his name’s on it.
KILMEADE: But he’s like the king of England on this. He assigns the people, they’re going to say why are most of them Democratically affiliated. Aren’t you concerned about the perception if you hire people like that to do this job? Do you feel why some feel there was an agenda in there? So, [Rep.] Jerry Nadler [(D-NY)], if you ever watch him in these hearings, they often get out of control. I sense that this ping-pong could go the other direction.
DOOCY: Mueller’s a smart guy.
JEDEDIAH BILA (GUEST CO-HOST): If he doesn’t know it now I’m pretty sure he’s sitting with a highlighter going over it, because he’s going to want to make this his moment.