Greg Gutfeld said Saturday that President Trump's actions during his first few weeks in office are driving the "worst people" crazy.

"No one can handle Trump," he said, including the "frantic media [and] bed-wetting celebrities."


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He then played tape of a professor standing outside New York University last week, screaming expletives at NYPD officers for providing security for libertarian writer/comedian Gavin McInnes, who was speaking there.

"What a peach-- a rotten peach," Gutfeld said.

Discussing violent protesters at University of California-Berkeley, whose assembly led to the cancellation of Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos' speech, Gutfeld said those same students were ones who defended San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem.

"It's so bad that they now demand [New England Patriots quarterback] Tom Brady renounce his friendship to Trump or face their ultimate wrath," he said.


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