House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said Tuesday morning police are looking for two men suspected of throwing a boulder through his office window. 

Surveillance video shows the two men - believed to be between 20 and 30 years old - outside the office in Bakersfield. They then entered the office and stole computer equipment, he told "Fox & Friends."

McCarthy asked his Instagram followers if they recognized the two men from the surveillance shots.


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McCarthy has put forth a bill in the House to fully fund President Trump's border wall, though it's considered unlikely to move forward. 

He said the migrant caravan moving toward the U.S.-Mexico border shows the need for the wall. McCarthy said he's more concerned with what will happen if Democrats retake control of the House. 

"If we're not successful on November 6th, think what it would mean with Nancy Pelosi as speaker. How large would the caravans start on the 7th? ... They want to end ICE," he said. 

Watch the full interview above.


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