Jesse Watters hit the streets of New York City to quiz people in a lightning round of current events questions, and the results were hilarious.
He joined FNC in 2002 as a production assistant in the newsroom.
As the host of "Watters' World," Jesse provides viewers with a one-of-a-kind look at the latest headlines and conducts interviews with newsmakers.
The series launched in November 2015, building on Watters' popular "man on the street" segments from "The O'Reilly Factor."
Jesse graduated from Trinity College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in history.
Stories from Jesse Watters
The panel on The Five reacted to a controversial TIME magazine cover and an MSNBC pundit appearing to compare Trump supporters to "Nazis."
The panel on The Five reacted to emotionally charged anti-Trump rhetoric from people on the left, including actor Peter Fonda who suggested on Twitter that 12-year-old Barron Trump be caged with pedophiles and that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen be publicly pilloried.
Kimberly Guilfoyle and The Five reacted to the second day of testimony from DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz in regard to the report studying bias in the federal probe into Hillary Clinton.
Former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile joined The Five to discuss the immigration crisis and separation of children of asylum seekers at the Mexican border.
Dan Bongino blasted the liberal media following the release of the Justice Department inspector general's report on the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Jesse Watters said that Democrats are being hypocritical in their criticisms of President Donald Trump supporting criminal law that may separate illegal-immigrant minors from their parents.
Jesse Watters and the panel on The Five reacted to a tense exchange between White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Playboy correspondent Brian Karem.
The panel on The Five responded Friday to two top liberal lawmakers' criticisms of President Donald Trump
The panel on The Five reacted Wednesday to media speculation about the long absence of First Lady Melania Trump from the public eye.
Eagles fan and Philadelphia native Jesse Watters said both President Trump and his hometown team are "winners," despite the two being at odds over a White House visit.
The panel on The Five reacted Monday to Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley being denied entry to Homeland Security facility that reportedly was housing unaccompanied illegal alien minors.