On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld said it's great that Donald Trump will be hosting "Saturday Night Live," but it's time for the GOP front-runner to lay out his specific policies.

"While I'm all for skits, you can't be sketchy with world politics," Gutfeld said. "This race goes beyond an emotional high one gets from bold jabs on Twitter."

Gutfeld said Trump must do away with his old philosophy of "I won't show you my hand until I get the job."

"He wouldn't take that from a contractor, and we can't from a candidate either," Gutfeld said.

He explained that Americans need to see evidence that Trump is thinking of the big stuff - Islamic extremism, non-state terror, cyber terror, the changing demands of national security - in a practical manner.

"As the world unravels, your standard for leadership shouldn't be 'he's politically incorrect.' It's 'can he persuade the rest of America that he can govern?'"

Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above.

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