Jesse Watters on Saturday debated a doctoral candidate from Penn State University, who contended that eating meat reinforces gender stereotypes
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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
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said it's "laughable" that former President Obama is trying to take credit for the booming economy.
Tomi Lahren said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was being hypocritical when she accused President Trump of exploiting Native Americans.
"Watters' World" went to Tarrytown, New York, to see how much people know about the history of Thanksgiving.
Jesse Watters went to check out the liberal "Scream Helplessly at the Sky" event marking the anniversary of Donald Trump's election.
Tomi Lahren joked that it is "pathetic" Hillary Clinton put so much work into rigging the Democratic primary but still ultimately lost to Donald Trump in the presidential election.
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter pummeled the diversity lottery program that allowed the NYC terrorist to enter the U.S.
Eric Trump said Democrats lose either way they tell the story of the Russian dossier on President Trump.
Jesse Watters crashed New York University to ask students what they find offensive on Halloween.
Actor John O'Hurley, best known for playing wacky fashion designer J. Peterman on "Seinfeld," talked about the toxic political culture and why the show would not work today.
Tomi Lahren slammed NBC for failing to report on film mogul Harvey Weinstein's fall from grace.
Jesse Watters hit the streets to ask pedestrians in New York City who they think discovered America.