On Friday I did double-duty on TV. First I guest-co-hosted - or co-guest-hosted - "The Five", with Emily, Juan, Jedediah and Greg. Click below to watch the opening segment:
Next we turned our attention to the new Neil Armstrong biopic, starring a Canadian (Ryan Gosling) and dispensing with the American flag:
.@MarkSteynOnline on Neil Armstrong biopic omitting U.S. flag being planted on moon: "Kennedy set the nation a challenge. It rose to the challenge and being American, they exceeded it, and that flag should be in that story." #TheFive https://t.co/DYggOLSqFA pic.twitter.com/c0A97SGT3K— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 31, 2018
Afterwards we considered last night's Trump rally in Indiana.
If you're curious about those Theresa May dance steps I mentioned - what I called the Maycarena - you can watch them here:
I believe you can see the full edition of "The Five" here.
Later I joined Martha MacCallum on "The Story" to discuss the Harvey Weinstein cover-up by senior NBC executives, and the US/Mexico trade deal, with or without Canada. You can watch the full show with Martha here (I'm at the top of the hour).
My mini-TV career concludes with a return to my favorite morning show "Fox & Friends" on Saturday just after 8am Eastern/5am Pacific. We hope you'll tune in.
If you prefer me in non-visual formats, after Labor Day join me for six hours of guest-host-level Excellence in Broadcasting this Tuesday and Wednesday on America's Number One radio show.