"The Five" kicked off its first primetime show with a look at several left-wing politicians and celebrities who are not happy with President Trump's first 100 days.
Kimberly Guilfoyle said people like Madonna, who referenced blowing up the White House, are having a hard time accepting Trump's electoral victory.
The panel played clips of Sarah Silverman telling Trump to "show his f---ing taxes," DNC chair Tom Perez' anti-Trump outbursts, and comedian Joy Behar demanding he be removed from office.
They also replayed tape of Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) appearing emotional after Trump attempted to institute a travel ban, and Rep. Maxine Waters repeatedly calling for the president's impeachment.
Greg Gutfeld said these folks see Trump as their ex-lover who becomes more successful than them. He said New York Republicans like the president are basically midwestern Democrats.
"The face of the Republican Party looks like Maxine Waters," Jesse Watters remarked.
However, Bob Beckel pointed to recent polling showing Trump with an approval rating in the low 40s, saying that it meant Trump is not up to par as a leader for 60 percent of the population.
Watch the discussion above and check out the hosts' pre-show behind-the-scenes Facebook Live event below.