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In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld said that President-elect Donald Trump is inheriting a diminished America with multiple problems at home and abroad.

Gutfeld remarked that President Obama is essentially handing Trump a "240-year-old fixer-upper."

Luckily, Gutfeld said, Trump has help in a Republican House and Senate, plus an unexpectedly high number of GOP governors and state legislatures.

"And he has the American people, who elected him," Gutfeld added.

As for those who protested Trump's victory, Gutfeld called them "hypocrites" and pointed out that they're demonstrating against a peaceful, democratically-held election.

"Wouldn't it be nice if they protested the dozen or so countries that kill gays or beat women?" Gutfeld said. "I'll bet my weight in Doritos that not one of these phonies protests places where people die trying to vote."

Watch Gutfeld's full remarks above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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