The panel on The Five reacted to weekend graduation speeches given by several liberal politicians.

At Yale University in New Haven, Conn., Hillary Clinton pulled a black Ushanka hat out from behind her podium and declared, "I brought a hat too-- a Russian hat."

"No, I'm not over it. I still think about the 2016 election," Clinton told the graduates.

Farther north at Mount Holyoke, a historically female college in Massachusetts, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi was the graduation speaker.

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She praised the thousands who have marched "for women's health, and disability rights and gun violence prevention" as well as in favor of "DREAMers and immigrants."

At Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., former President Jimmy Carter joked that school president Jerry Falwell Jr. told him his speech's attendance was more than that of President Donald Trump's.

And, at the University of Maryland in College Park, former Vice President Al Gore told the crowd a Trump supporter wrote that the president is "chemotherapy for America."

"Some experiments are terminated early for ethical reasons," Gore added.

"Hillary's agony tour... lasted longer than her campaign," Greg Gutfeld said of Clinton's graduation speech, pointing out that it has been more than a year and a half since the 2016 election.

He called the rest of the speeches the "last chance" for colleges to "pelt you with liberal garbage."

Jesse Watters said he is still waiting to hear from a school that would invite him to speak at graduation.

He said he would be "much more electric than these has-beens."

Kimberly Guilfoyle said that when Clinton pulled the Ushanka from behind the podium, "all I saw was [the] Uranium One [scandal]."

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