Jesse Watters ripped former FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday, suggesting that he "lawyer up" in the wake of new information gleaned from Rep. Devin Nunes' (R-Calif.) FISA memo.
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Congressman Adam Schiff, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, blasted President Donald Trump's criticisms of him, telling CNN that the White House chief of staff should "give him a time-out."
Following the Republican tax overhaul, many companies are offering bonuses, pay raises and other benefits to employees, but Hostess just announced a particularly "sweet" plan to share the tax cut savings with workers.
On "The Five," Jesse Watters said that it is acceptable for the opposition party not to cheer everything a president says in a State of the Union address, but countered that jeering some issues does "make them look like they're rooting against America."
The hosts of "The Five" ripped California councilman and high school teacher Gregory Salcido for an anti-military rant captured on tape by one of his students.
On "The Five" on Thursday, Jesse Watters said Democrats could face an uphill battle in the 2018 midterms because of the booming economy.
Greg Gutfeld criticized Hawaii's governor for an apparent lapse in memory in the midst of the missile attack warning false alarm earlier this month.
Jesse Watters said one high-profile New York politician bested the other during the three-day government shutdown.
On "The Five" on Friday, Jesse Watters reacted to the uproar over a memo on alleged U.S. government surveillance abuses, saying the memo "better be good."
Ahead of President Donald Trump's planned "Fake News Awards" for members of the press, Juan Williams said the president himself should receive a "lifetime achievement award" for "fake news."
Jesse Watters criticized the media for grilling the White House physician over President Trump's health.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to a CNN tweet dubbing the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a "socialist before it was cool."