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This week on the Greg Gutfeld Show, Greg Gutfeld looked back at 2016, summarizing it as 'The Year of Trump'.
This week on the Greg Gutfeld Show, Greg took aim at the celebrities who appeared in a public service announcement imploring Republican electors not to vote for President-elect Donald Trump.
In tonight's monologue, Greg Gutfeld weighed in on Hillary Clinton's divisive "basket of deplorables" remark, saying Clinton insulted millions of people.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson appeared on "The Greg Gutfeld Show" last night to discuss his bid for the White House and how he plans to get enough support to secure a spot in the first presidential debate on September 26.
More than 400 students at Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University signed a petition over the scheduled "riot police occupation" of their campus during the Republican National Convention.
It's the question that's dividing America: Is a hot dog a sandwich?
Joanne Nosuchinsky and Kat Timpf scored "exclusive interviews" with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
During a campaign rally in Los Angeles on Friday, Donald Trump singled out a black man in the crowd and said, "Look at my African-American over here."
Following a North Carolina school board's controversial decision to end the tradition of naming valedictorians, many people have weighed in with their thoughts on the matter.
The Greg Gutfeld Show tried to get to the bottom of the controversy over Facebook's alleged bias toward conservatives.
On "The Greg Gutfeld Show," Greg Gutfeld said radical Islam needs to be countered with "radical Americanism."