The co-hosts of “The Five” tonight weighed in on whether Hillary Clinton helped Democratic candidates this election.

Some are saying that the Clinton star power didn’t make much of a difference in this election, despite that Hillary Clinton has been to 45 campaign events in 54 days.

"Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton have been all over the place. They’re trying to make out as if they’re somehow better for Democrats, but in Kentucky they were soundly rejected," Sen. Rand Paul said.

“Moses couldn’t have done enough for those campaigns,” Bob Beckel said tonight, remarking that Hillary probably marginally helped candidates.

“President Obama called it a shellacking last night, this is another coat of the shellac,” Eric Bolling said.

“The Five” also weighed in on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s response on “Fox and Friends” to Paul calling him out about his abrupt, direct style.

“I am who I am […] I don’t worry about that kind of punditry analysis," Christie said.

“They’re both vying for the title […] it’s all about 2016,” Kimberly Guilfoyle said of both Paul and Christie.