Greg Gutfeld compared the executive actions of President Trump with former President Barack Obama, saying the New York Republican is "treating the presidency like an actual job."

Gutfeld played a "movie trailer" for a film he could possibly make about the new commander-in-chief's first days in office.

"In a world where presidents did nothing, one man did something," the trailer said.


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"President Trump has done more things this week than I do in a year," he said, calling Trump "less of a president and more of a manic Swiss army knife."

Reacting to Trump's plan to withhold federal grant money from sanctuary cities, Gutfeld called such localities the "perfect left-wing dream." 

"They sound nice, but they aren't," he said, remarking that the idea of a sanctuary city sounds benevolent until the illegal immigrants there begin harming citizens.

Gutfeld said that, compared to Obama's executive orders, Trump's actions are not intrusive for everyday Americans.

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