Star Parker joined Steve Doocy and Emily Compagno to laud the cruelty of Trump's cutting food stamps for 688,000 of the poorest Americans.
A half-million children would lose access to free school lunches.
A reporter confronts immigration chief Ken Cuccinelli about the "public charge" changes from the Trump administration, where even using food stamps can get legal migrants kicked out.
The Trump Administration is not content with kidnapping immigrant children from their parents; they want to promise sickness and hunger, too.
Unfortunately, the majority of those impacted are in states that voted for Trump. Brianna Keilar reports.
A new bill has been proposed in Alabama that would require some Alabama residents to pass a drug test to receive food stamps and Rochelle Ritchie took offense to it on "Fox and Friends."
After Trump defied Congress and announced much stricter requirements for govt assistance in SNAP, Star Parker came on "Fox News" to berate these recipients as men staying home and watching porn instead of working.
Another Trump surrogate goes on Fox News to berate the poor and impoverished.
Trump's "Agriculture Secretary" Sonny Purdue argues that increasing work requirements for Food Stamp recipients adds dignity to their lives.
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