The panel on The Five reacted to MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski's continued criticism of President Donald Trump.

Brzezinski, the daughter of top Carter adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, has said Trump "sounds like he's losing his mind," and that he "has a stability issue."

After Trump's raucous rally in Wilkes-Barre Township, Pa., Brzezinski said "there's no way anyone who knows Donald Trump but is not bought-in in some way could watch him last night and not come away with the feeling that the president of the United States is completely unhinged and is getting worse by the day."

"He doesn't really connect with the reality of his situation," Brzezinski said in 2017 of Trump's manner off-teleprompter.

Brzezinski has been unnecessarily using mental health terminology to critique Trump, Greg Gutfeld said.

Gutfeld said people should be cautious when accusing others of mental illness and the like.


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"She offers no medical evidence [or guest] experts," he added.

Jesse Watters said that because Brzezinski cannot discredit Trump on policy, "she has to discredit him on personality."

Watters said the latter is evident because of the rocky personal relationship Brzezinski and her co-host, former Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-Fla.), have with Trump.

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