Fox News host claims he hasn't washed his hands in a decade

Fox News host claims he hasn't washed his hands in a decade

The host's confession came after he announced his New Year's resolution: to say things on air that he also says off the air. "I feel much better after I thoroughly wash my hands, which I do as much as possible".

One co-host, smiling, exclaimed, "Someone help me", nearly as though she was providing an adequate button on which to end this conversation.

"I inoculate myself", he insisted.

"Is there a ten-year-old available to enlighten Hegseth on this subject?" another viewer wrote.

Pete Hesgeth far left, with singer Kelly Rowland and co-hosts Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade during Fox And Friends.

"I wonder if @PeteHegseth would be cool with restaurant workers preparing his food after deliberately not washing their hands?" a different social media user expressed.

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Pete Hegseth said he is confident germs aren't real because he can't see them. Hegseth served with the US Army in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and may well have maintained a stricter hygiene regimen while on duty before returning to a somewhat less sanitary life as a civilian.

Of the public reaction, he said it was ridiculous how people took things so "literally and seriously" so that their "heads explode".

It's a pretty fundamental part of becoming a fully functioning adult human being, washing your hands. "It's ridiculous", Hegseth told USA Today.

U.S. health and disease watchdog, The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, dedicates several pages of its website to hand-washing, underscoring its importance in preventing the spread of germs.

"People frequently touch their eyes, nose, and mouth without even realizing it. Germs can get into the body through the eyes, nose and mouth and make us sick", the CDC says.

Hand-washing is one of the easiest and most effective ways to protect from germs and most infections in order to stay disease-free.

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