NYC officials infuriate locals by sending migrants to school gyms: 'Unfair, unacceptable'
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and city leaders are facing outrage from residents for their decision to place migrants in several public schools.
Lakeisha Bowers, whose son graduated from a Brooklyn school now housing migrants, and NYC council member Ari Kagan (R) joined "Fox & Friends" Tuesday to explain why community members are up in arms.
"It is not a hotel, it's not a shelter. It is a school gym. So the children of Coney Island should not pay for the misguided policies of the Biden administration," said Kagan.