On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld said that Republicans can't win in 2016 as long as they're trying to beat each other up.

"Right now, the Republican Party is as fractured as Geno Smith's jaw," Gutfeld remarked.

He asserted that Republicans can win, however, if they stop calling each other names and appreciate what the other GOP candidates have to offer.

He said that the fracturing of the party may not be new, but the intense anger and emotion surrounding it in this election are.

"And the more emotion there is, the less room there is for reason," Gutfeld stated.

"So, look at it like a Thanksgiving dinner, full of intense bickering. But that bickering stops when the wolf arrives at the door," Gutfeld said. "We used to be pretty good at identifying that wolf."

"Is it outside or in? You decide."

Watch more from "The Five" above.

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