The brother of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle was on "Fox and Friends" today, where he reacted to the White House dismissing the fall of Ramadi as a “minor setback.”

More than 1,300 American troops died in Anbar province after the invasion of Iraq in 2003. But ISIS has since taken over a number of cities in the region following the U.S. troop withdrawal.

Kilmeade asked Jeff Kyle how he feels after seeing Ramadi, Fallujah and Mosul being occupied by the terrorist group.

"It’s a slap in the face to all of us," Kyle said. "Me personally, I was never in Ramadi so, you know, I don’t have any hard feelings there, but I lost a lot of good brothers."

"You know, it’s kind of hard to watch, you know, it’s a slap in the face to us but on the other hand we’re not surprised," Kyle added.

Watch the video above.


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