In his Saturday monologue, Greg Gutfeld said President Donald Trump gave an entertaining performance at this year's CPAC.

From his labeling CNN as the "Clinton News Network" to calling out the "fake news" media for using anonymous sources, Trump's speech was full of "memorable burns," as Gutfeld called them.

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Gutfeld mentioned how Trump's movement took off when Hillary Clinton called his supporters "deplorables."

"One word, deplorables, framed the movement, galvanized the opposition," Gutfeld said. "Deplorables was her Beetle Juice -- she said it, then it appeared and destroyed her."

Gutfeld concluded saying times have changed after Trump did not even make an appearance at CPAC last year.

"Now he owned it," Gutfeld said. "Talk about unite and conquer. He may not have been the first choice, but he was the last man standing."

Watch the full monologue in the video above.

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