Conservative activist Candace Owens reacted to the ongoing news brought about by rapper Kanye West's support for President Trump's penchant to express his free thoughts.
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In the newest installment of "Mom Texts," "The Five" host Jesse Watters read messages sent to him by his mother, Dr. Anne Watters.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to White House physician Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson withdrawing his nomination to be the next Veterans Affairs secretary.
The panel on "The Five" discussed how rapper Kanye West's recent praise of President Donald Trump and black conservative activist Candace Owens is "turning Hollywood... upside down."
The panel on "The Five" discussed opposing messages from two major figures in the Democratic Party over demands that President Donald Trump be impeached.
Greg Gutfeld said the media's critical narratives of President Trump "flunk" the "reality test," even if liberal journalists are so upset with the president that they need to "break out the therapy llamas."
Greg Gutfeld said it is a "big deal" that rapper Kanye West defended conservative activist Candace Owens against attacks over her political ideology.
Rachel Campos-Duffy said the end game of James Comey's new book and media blitz is to discredit President Trump and to discourage his supporters.
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.
The hosts of "The Five" responded to California Gov. Jerry Brown (D), who said that Fox News "exploits" the illegal immigration issue.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to ABC News' George Stephanopoulos' Sunday interview with fired FBI Director James Comey.
Jesse Watters ripped Joy Behar over her comments that Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin have more sanity than President Trump, saying she is "preaching to a very stupid choir."