On Wednesday morning Mark started the day with Steve, Ainsley and Brian on the curvy couch at "Fox & Friends" to talk about a variety of topics - culminating in his thoughts on M Macron's restless subjects:
"The big picture message is if you take environmental posturing seriously, it bankrupts your nation and turns the people against you," Steyn said.
He said that wealthy people can afford to pay the equivalent of six or seven U.S. dollars for a gallon of gasoline, but everyday folks in rural France -- where cars and trucks are a necessity -- cannot, hence the "climate change riots."
"You can afford it if you're Leonardo DiCaprio. If you're like a French guy living in the countryside, you have to drive to work, you cannot afford seven bucks a gallon gas just because [French President Emanuel] Macron wants to have a gala dinner with Leonardo DiCaprio, Al Gore and the Prince of Wales. It works at that level. It doesn't work for regular people."
Click below to watch a few moments from Mark's appearance:
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