The co-hosts of "The Five" reacted to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) slamming the Trump administration and questioning the intensity of the pro-Trump vote.
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 President 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.
Stories from Juan Williams
As speculation grows that President Trump could fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Geraldo Rivera is cautioning the president against the move.
Radio host Kevin McCullough weighed in on the Facebook data scandal, wondering why there wasn't outrage when the Obama campaign used Facebook data to target voters before the 2012 election.
Greg Gutfeld said Friday that Michelle Obama's remarks that likened President Trump to an "irresponsible" parent were incorrect, and that the president was more like a "rambunctious child who we love."
Kimberly Guilfoyle said she finds Hillary Clinton's excuses for her 2016 election loss aggravating, because "nobody likes a sore loser."
Jesse Watters reacted to an op-ed by retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens who said "March For Our Lives" participants should seek a repeal of the Second Amendment.
"The Five" reacted to CNN commentator and former Obama adviser Van Jones, who said his fellow liberals spend "so much time freaking out about... everything [President Donald] Trump does."
Joe Biden and President Trump have taken their war of words to a new level in recent days, with Biden boasting about how he would have "beat the hell" out of Trump in high school, and Trump responding Thursday that if the two fought, Biden "would go down fast and hard, crying all the way."
In the latest edition of "Mom Texts," Jesse Watters read some of the messages that his mother, Anne, sends to him during the course of "The Five."
Jesse Watters reacted to a federal grand jury on Friday indicting 13 Russians and three Russian companies for allegedly interfering in the 2016 presidential election.
Juan Williams reacted to a warning from Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats, who said Tuesday that the "U.S. is under attack... by entities" like Russia.
Jesse Watters said the fact there is public outcry over a prank pulled by a cartoon rabbit that played on a human character's food allergy shows "this country is toast."