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Dr. Phil McGraw joined Megyn Kelly tonight on "The Kelly File" to discuss how our culture has created a generation of entitled, narcissistic, fame-obsessed individuals.

"We do have a generation that, I think, we have raised with a great deal of entitlement," Dr. Phil said, pointing to a guest who will be on his television show tomorrow.

Dr. Phil explained that Kris, 43, has been chasing his dream of being a rock and roll superstar his entire life. He says he's "addicted to fame." And just like a drug addiction, the pursuit of his dream has cost him and his loved ones everything.

"He has basically tried to buy fame, has bled his family - his mother and father - for $1.7 million," Dr. Phil revealed.

What's the bottom line in this kind of behavior? Megyn asked.

"This is the greatest country in the world, this is the greatest people in the world, but sometimes we forget common sense," Dr. Phil said. "We've got to stop rewarding bad behavior in America. When people don't work and produce, then they need to get kicked to the curb."

"Get a damn job. Carry your own weight."

Watch Dr. Phil weigh in on the 2016 race below.

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