Gutfeld Rips 'SNL's' Obama Farewell: 'Drooling Toadyism Is Not a Good Look'
One day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, “Saturday Night Live” bid farewell to President Barack Obama with a musical number.
At the conclusion of Saturday's episode, cast members Cecily Strong and Sasheer Zamata stood in front of a black-and-white portrait of the now former president and sang "To Sir, With Love."
The number is the theme to the 1967 movie of the same name, in which a group of students serenade their beloved teacher, played by Sidney Poitier.
At the end of the song, the duo held up a cup that said "World's Best President."
In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld had some strong words for these Obama "groupies."
"While division and hate is scary, it's never as creepy as sickening love, something to keep in mind whether you adore Obama or Trump," Gutfeld said. "Drooling toadyism is not a good look on either side, and it paves the way for evil."
"Because while hate can drive people to do many things, love permits leaders to do all things, none of them good."
Watch Gutfeld's monologue above, and see the "Saturday Night Live" clip below.