Scott Baio has had enough of the political correctness that in some cases leads to violence.
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He's Watters. And this is his world.
"Watters' World" brings viewers Jesse Watters' one-of-a-kind look at the latest headlines and political news.
In addition to the "Watters' World" packages (just like the ones you've loved for years), Watters hosts panel discussions, big interviews and shares his own opinions on the news of the day.
Stories from Watters' World
Jesse Watters reminded Americans that destroying monuments to history is a habit of the Taliban, not American citizens.
Lynn Aronberg said she filed for divorce from her husband, a Florida state attorney after their difference of opinion over President Trump drove them apart.
Jesse Watters quizzed visitors to the Statue of Liberty what they thought about immigration to the U.S.
Jesse Watters took to the streets of New York City to ask pedestrians what they know about Russia.
Jesse Watters hit the streets to ask young people what they know 22 years later about the man at the center of the trial of the century, O.J Simpson.
Student Jessica Dobrinsky started out as a Bernie Sanders supporter but ended up wanting to "make America great again."
After President Trump's trip to Paris to celebrate France's Bastille Day, Jesse Watters headed down the shore to see what beachgoers know about the holiday.
Jesse Watters debated a protester from the violent group ANTIFA, short for anti-fascism, which calls for violence against the "Trump- Pence regime."
Jesse Watters asked Arizona State University students questions from the citizenship test all immigrants to the United States must take.
Jesse Watters visited President Trump's alma mater to see what this generation of students thinks about the Trump administration's tax cuts for them.
Jesse Watters got theater-goers' reactions to the "Julius Caesar" play featuring a Donald Trump look-alike as the murdered Caesar.