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"Fuller House" star Candace Cameron Bure stopped by "Fox & Friends" on Monday to share some tips on how to be kind to others, especially amid an increasingly polarized political climate. 

Bure's tips are highlighted in her new book, "Kind is the New Classy," which will be released on Tuesday.

"Let's change the culture by changing ourselves," she said, saying that media today presents a lot of negativity.

"It starts with you, and you have a choice to be positive, to be kind, to be respectful no matter what people you encounter in your day," Bure said.

Bure added that a lot of her time spent as a co-host on ABC's "The View" served as inspiration for her book.

"I really did enjoy being on the show but it was tough at times. It's tough to be the only voice at a table that has one specific viewpoint," Bure, a Republican, said.

"I always wanted to be respectful and kind at the end of the day."

Finally, Bure said that she does not view kindness as "weakness."

"There was nothing weak about me at the table when I sat at 'The View,'" she said. "But I was always kind."

Bure also starred in the immensely popular ABC sitcom "Full House" from 1987 to 1995.

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