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.
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Stories from Watters' World
Jesse Watters got theater-goers' reactions to the "Julius Caesar" play featuring a Donald Trump look-alike as the murdered Caesar.
A few weeks after Jesse Watters "drained the swamp" with T-Roy Broussard in Texas, the "Swamp People" star came to visit the host in Manhattan.
A dozen employees of an organization tied to former Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and President Bill Clinton were charged with submitting fake voter registration forms, Jesse Watters reported.
For Memorial Day, Jesse Watters revisited the best (or 'worst') moments of "Watters' World's" history quiz.
This week, Jesse Watters headed to Whippoorwill Park in Westchester County, N.Y. in search of Hillary Clinton, who was previously pictured hiking around there after losing the election.
On Saturday, President Trump gave the commencement address to the class of 2017 at Liberty University in southside Virginia.
Former Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight said it is refreshing to have a president that cares about the country and the American people.
Jesse Watters criticized the mainstream media's bias against President Trump after they second-guessed his claim that the murders of two French policemen were terror-related.
Jesse Watters taped exclusive interviews with Secretary of Energy Rick Perry and President Trump's Twtter guru, Dan Scavino. The must-see sit-downs will air on "Watters' World" this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. ET, with a re-airing Sunday at 8:00.
This week, Jesse Watters teamed up with T-Roy Broussard of "Swamp People" to take a page from President Trump's playbook and "Drain The Swamp."
While some students are funneling beers and ripping it up on the beach during Spring Break, others are giving back.