Jesse Watters read text messages from his mom, seriously cracking up his co-hosts on "The Five."
Stories from The Five
During his speech on the opioid epidemic, President Trump told a personal story about his late brother, underlining why he takes the topic of addiction so seriously.
Jesse Watters said there is a double standard between what is considered colluding with a foreign power and doing opposition research on a political foe.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to Sen. Jeff Flake's (R-Ariz.) retirement and his lengthy floor speech critical of President Trump.
Greg Gutfeld said that, while he likes Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz) as a legislator, some of his remarks he made about President Trump reminded him of trademark strategies of the left.
In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld said former President Jimmy Carter gave a "reasonable" analysis of Donald Trump's presidency.
MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell accused Gen. John Kelly of "dehumanizing" Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.), and blamed it on his upbringing in an Irish-Catholic Boston neighborhood.
The panel on The Five criticized Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) for her response to Gen. John Kelly's heartfelt press conference on Thursday.
Jesse Watters compared the National Football League to the United Nations, after commissioner Roger Goodell met with owners and players.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) accused drug companies of operating a "criminal" business plan by shipping millions of opioids into small West Virginia communities.
Greg Gutfeld remarked on the tardiness of Hillary Clinton in condemning her longtime friend Harvey Weinstein.
Greg Gutfeld said that two of the pillars of President Trump's tax plan should be lauded.