And i don't even know who this skank is Emily Blunt jokes that her American citizenship was 'terrible mistake,' 'Fox & Friends' co-host tells her to 'leave Hollywood' BY Meera Jagannathan NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 1:10 PM Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Actress Emily Blunt attends the HFPA Annual Grants Banquet on Aug. 13 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Emily Blunt is already skittish about her new American citizenship, but a "Fox & Friends" co-host's remark could be what sends her running for the hills. It appears, for starters, that the Aug. 6 Republican presidential debate was not the best welcome gift for the British-born star, who became a naturalized U.S. citizen in August. "I became an American citizen recently, and that night, we watched the Republican debate and I thought, 'This was a terrible mistake. What have I done?'" she told The Hollywood Reporter at the Toronto Film Festival. Blunt, 32, later made similar comments to People, adding with a laugh that she would only ever feel "half American." In a Tuesday broadcast, "Fox & Friends" co-host Anna Kooiman lit up over Blunt's remarks. "Well, you know what?" Kooiman said, noting that the actress had appeared in films such as "The Devil Wears Prada" and "The Edge of Tomorrow.” "Why don't you leave Hollywood, Calif. and let some American women take on the roles that you're getting, because Americans are watching your movies and lining your pockets." Kooiman's co-host Brian Kilmeade also took issue with comments Blunt made on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" about being asked to renounce the British queen during her naturalization ceremony, a process she called "typically American." Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com "I had to renounce her in the room, but I don't actually, technically renounce her," she told Kimmel. “They were like, 'Just say it. You don't have to mean it, but just say it.'" "Why is that typical American?" Kilmeade challenged. The third co-host, Steve Doocy, added that Blunt had "Dixie Chicked herself" and "alienated half the country," referring to Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines' inflammatory comments about former President George W. Bush in 2003. "I actually didn't know who she was," Kilmeade said of Blunt. The British actress, who is married to "The Office" actor John Krasinski, stars opposite Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin in the crime thriller "Sicario," which releases on Friday.