The morning after the much-anticipated "60 Minutes" interview with Stormy Daniels, the hosts on Donald Trump's favorite Fox News show encouraged the president to declare a state of emergency in the country. While they were silent on the big news of the day regarding Daniels, it appeared that Trump's biggest fans were still in his corner.

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Earlier this year the Wall Street Journal broke a bombshell story revealing that not only did Donald Trump have an affair with adult films star Stormy Daniels back in 2006, but also that his personal lawyer reportedly paid her off to keep quiet about the relationship during the 2016 election.

Michael Cohen allegedly paid Daniels $130,000 in "hush money" to stay silent, but she's since found a loophole to speak out, which she did during an interview with "60 minutes" on Sunday night. The interview was all the rage in Washington, while also dominating social media and going viral in the process.

Despite this, Donald Trump has not addressed the affair since the new broke back in January, but did send out a tweet appearing to hint at the allegations. "So much Fake News. Never been more voluminous or more inaccurate.

But through it all, our country is doing great!" In addition, the March 26 edition of "Fox & Friends" on Fox News saw the Trump-friendly hosts suggest the president take a different type of action. "There have been some suggestions via his tweet, maybe he’ll take some of that military money and through executive order declaring an emergency or whatnot," co-host Steve Doocy said.

Steve Doocy repeated his suggestion multiple times throughout the show, pushing for Donald Trump to use money from the recently signed spending bill to build his border wall.

"If they could figure out a good argument for how to build the wall with the Pentagon money, they could say it would be part of our national security," he added.

Double down

Not stopping there, Steve Doocy said he had been "reading online" that it would be possible for Donald Trump to use the Pentagon money to build his border wall. "If the president determines that building a wall is in the national security interests, he could declare an emergency and then they could wind up taking some of that money," Doocy noted. While the hosts on Fox News spent several segments discussing whether or not Trump should build his wall through questionable funding, no time was devoted to the Stormy Daniels interview.