The panel on The Five on Monday reacted to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) saying over the weekend that she's "going to get" President Trump, as the liberal Democrat ramps up her calls to impeach the president.

Waters made the claim in a speech last weekend, during which she added that she threatens Trump supporters "all the time."

Her remarks seemed to be a defense of her comments in June, urging her supporters to angrily confront members of the Trump administration.

Waters had said in an interview that Trump officials won't "be able to go to a restaurant" or "stop at a gas station," and that people are going to "turn on them."


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During her speech, Waters said to the crowd that she wakes up at night and "all I can think about is, I’m going to get him," she said in reference to the president.

Judge Jeanine Pirro questioned on Monday what Waters has done to make her feel as though she can threaten Trump and his supporters.

"Who is this woman? Is she a comedian?" Pirro asked.

Waters' speech on Saturday came as she was accepting an award from the Stonewall Young Democrats, and she acknowledged that other Democratic leaders have urged her to stop discussing impeaching the president.

"And when they say that, I say ‘impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment, impeachment,’" she said.

Greg Gutfeld added that now, Waters is "the mainstream of the Democratic Party."

"Trump has been good for her and her constituents," he said. "Now when she speaks, people listen."

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