Jesse Watters has brought us some of the strangest, funniest and cringeworthy moments with Americans all over the world as part of his weekly "Factor" segment.

By now, he has heard it all — from the wildly inaccurate to the downright bizarre.

Check out 10 of the dumbest things ever said to Watters below, and watch the full clip above.


What do you think of the Ebola controversy?

“From where? From where? Holy boly controversy.”

“Ebola, here in the United States.”

“Oh, um, it’s nice.”

Are you worried about Benghazi?

“Isn’t he gonna be running against her?”

Have you heard about ISIS?

“Yeah, that’s the Chinese people though.”

“They’re Muslim.”

“For real?”

When was George Washington president?

“1983.”

Who was the president of the United States during World War II?

“I think it was Bush, am I close?”

Name one state that borders Canada.

“Connecticut.”

What body of water is on the East Coast of the U.S.?

“That would be the Pacific […] Red Sea.”

What does the ‘F’ in John F. Kennedy stand for?

“Francisco […] Fernando.”

Where did Christopher Columbus come from?

“Columbia.”

“I’m Watters, and this is my world right here.”

“Oh, hi world.”


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