Where was Kyle Kashuv at CNN's "Town Hall"?
That's right, he didn't fit their narrative.
Kyle Kashuv, a 16-year-old junior who survived the Florida massacre called out some of his classmates for being "counterproductive and "hypocritical."
The brilliant student who joined Fox News exposed his fellow classmate David Hogg who bragged about hanging up on a phone call with the White House. Hogg boasted of this when he sat down for an interview with HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher."
Kashuv joined Fox News' Martha MacCallum to discuss his fellow classmate's despicable behavior.
Hogg made headlines for speaking out against the National Rifle Association and for vehemently advocating for stricter gun laws.
Here's what David Hogg said:
“What do you think about that, Kyle?" asked MacCallum.
Here's what Kashuv said:
“You know, I’m really trying to control my anger at what he said,” replied Kashuv. “Because, you know, the president calls you and then shows he wants to make a change, and you’re talking about bipartisan change and the one man who controls–who leads our nation, you know, comes to you and is like, look, let’s do something, let’s make it happen.”
“And you hang up the phone on him? That’s so hypocritical. You know, David Hogg was like–we have to make a change. Let’s make this happen. And then the White House calls you and is like let’s do it. I totally agree, let’s make the change. And then you hang up on him and then you brag about it on national television? It’s extremely counterproductive.”