In his "Watters' Words" monologue, Jesse Watters recalled the "dumbest things" politicians have said thus far in 2018.
President Trump has accused top Democrats of dragging their feet ahead of a March 5th deadline on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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."
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) was on the receiving end of a pro-amnesty protest Tuesday night, according to video and other reports.
Laura Ingraham responded Monday to claims that she and others on the "hard right" helped scuttle a deal on DACA.
Jesse Watters said one high-profile New York politician bested the other during the three-day government shutdown.
Take a look at what the political pundits are saying about the deal to end the government shutdown.
House Ways & Means Committeemember Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) said Democrats are relying on the "Gruber effect" to get the public to blame Republicans for the shutdown.
In her Opening Statement, Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted top Democrats who she said appear to be forcing a government shutdown over an issue on which they previously aligned with Republicans.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer of New York pinned the government shutdown on President Donald Trump, saying it has become "next to impossible" to negotiate with the White House.
President Donald Trump predicted that Democrats will help Republicans pass conservative immigration reform after two attacks in the Minority Leader's home state.
The chairman of Democrats for Trump reacted to repeated calls for the president's impeachment and obstructionist behavior by members of his party.