The big winner with all the obsession over the Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russia is Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lisa Boothe said on "The Five" tonight.
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MSNBC's Joy Reid said on Thursday that President Donald Trump can make Republicans "literally accept anything."
In his monologue on "The Five" tonight, Greg Gutfeld reacted to an "explosive" report that revealed the Obama administration allowed Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya to enter the U.S.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to MSNBC's Joe Scarborough's announcement that he is leaving the Republican Party.
At a rally in Kentucky, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) compared the predicted deaths from the Republican health care bill to the recurrence of a 9/11 attack every year.
Greg Gutfeld criticized media personalities who categorized President Trump's speech in Poland as "stark" and "white-America-first."
Jesse Watters had some fun with wrestling fans on Friday, asking them what they thought of President Trump's tweeting a fake gif of himself tackling CNN.
New York City's ultra-liberal mayor Bill de Blasio is facing criticism for heading to Hamburg, Germany, where he was expected to appear at a G-20 Summit protest.
Greg Gutfeld said on "The Five" that President Trump's tweet depicting WWE's Vince McMahon with a CNN head was "silly, harmless, nonsense."
A bipartisan pair of former White House press secretaries came out in support of the Trump administrations decision to curtail live on-camera briefings.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the economic hit that Seattle took after raising its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Greg Gutfeld said the left's outrage at the Supreme Court's decision on President Trump's travel ban is "the result of one party being obsessed with Celsius rather than ISIS."