In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld said it is time to "take out the trash" of terrorism.

Gutfeld compared the way government should approach terrorism to the way a garbageman discards trash.

He said that the garbageman won't contemplate over an old egg carton, he'll just throw it away.

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In that way, government should not worry about feelings or political correctness when eradicating terrorists.

He said that too often, such political correctness prevents adequate terrorism prevention.

"No one wants to go after the ghouls and be wrong," he said of law enforcement targeting suspects.

"A foiled plot lacks the optics of a successful one," he said. 

"One need not be eloquent when taking out the trash - just right," he said, comparing President Obama's politically-correct "eloquence" to Trump-style decisiveness.

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