The panel on "The Five" reacted to a new GOP ad, which uses top Democrats' incendiary rhetoric to prove they have ushered in the politically-charged mobs in cities like Washington, D.C. and Portland, Ore.
Juan Williams joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1997 as a contributor and is also a co-host of FNC's The Five. Additionally, he serves as FNC's political analyst and a regular panelist on Fox News Sunday and Special Report with Bret Baier.
In addition to his more than 10-year career with NPR, where he served as a senior national correspondent and news analyst, William had spent 23 years at The Washington Post. During his tenure there, Williams covered every major political campaign from 1980 to 2000 as a national correspondent and a political columnist. He has also interviewed numerous influential people and presidents over the course of his career, including former President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush, former President Clinton, former President George H. W. Bush and former President Reagan.
Williams' career in media spans back several decades across many platforms. A recipient of several awards for his writing and investigative journalism, he also won an Emmy Award for television documentary writing and has received widespread critical acclaim for numerous projects, including a series of documentaries, including: "Politics: The New Black Power" and "A. Phillip Randolph: For Jobs and Freedom." Additionally, he is the author of six books, including the non-fiction bestseller, "Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965" and "Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary." Williams has also written numerous articles and has contributed to many national magazines, including: TIME, Fortune, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic, Ebony and GQ.
Williams earned his bachelor's degree from Haverford College.
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Juan Williams blasted President Trump's Oval Office meeting with musician Kanye West and former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown.
Greg Gutfeld played video Monday of an angry mob of left-wing activists issuing directional demands to motorists and other civilians in Portland, Oregon.
Judge Jeanine Pirro and Juan Williams sparred over the FBI probe into Judge Brett Kavanaugh during a discussion Thursday on "The Five."
Tucker Carlson reacted to President Trump's rally in Johnson City, Tenn., where he stumped for Senate candidate Rep. Marsha Blackburn and criticized several high-profile Democrats.
The panel on "The Five" discussed Tuesday how some Democrats have all but rejected the American standard of due process when certain conservatives are accused of infractions.
Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Five" reacted to the latest commentary on the accusation of assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
A Media Research Center study found the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts overwhelmingly describe President Trump with negative language.
The panel on "The Five" reacted Monday to President Donald Trump ordering the declassification of key documents relating to the federal probe into the 2016 election, including an application for surveillance of a Trump campaign aide.
The panel on "The Five" reacted Tuesday to a Washington Post op-ed in which MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said President Trump is "harming the dream of America more than any foreign adversary ever could."
Greg Gutfeld slammed former President Barack Obama on "The Five" on Monday for taking credit for the current economic surge under President Trump.