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In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld wondered if new revelations about the FBI's Hillary Clinton investigations will have an effect on the presidential election.

He pointed to Bret Baier's reporting that there are two active investigation by the bureau, one into Clinton's private email server and her alleged mishandling of state secrets, and another into the Clinton Foundation and allegations of a "pay-to-play" scheme.

"If you already hate Hillary, this new stuff won't change things," Gutfeld said. "And if you already hate Trump, this isn't going to make you love him. Battle lines are drawn. Nothing sticks."

"But it seems like the truth is now the bull in Hillary's china shop."

He explained that events are now dictating the news, not the other way around.

That means a "sympathetic media" can't effectively help Clinton, as they have throughout the 2016 campaign, Gutfeld said.

"Now you'd expect Hillary to explain things. But perhaps, she's just speechless."

Watch the co-hosts of "The Five" react above.

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