The panel on "The Five" reacted to President Donald Trump's White House meeting with North Korean official Kim Yong Chol, with Geraldo Rivera calling Friday the "best day of the Trump presidency."

They noted that Kim is a trusted confidant of dictator Kim Jong Un and is an infamous figure in the regime.

"Today, along with record low unemployment... for Hispanics, for women, and this news about a [possible] peace treaty with Korea, I think this is the best day of the Trump presidency," Rivera said.

Kimberly Guilfoyle called the meeting "historic," adding that "no other presidency has been able to get the ball [diplomatically] so far down the court."

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"This is something that everybody should be very excited about internationally," she said.

Jesse Watters said he was running an errand in Rockefeller Center and saw the building's tenant MSNBC was broadcasting stiff criticism of the meeting.

"If this was President Obama and this was going along... he [would be] hailed," Watters said.

Greg Gutfeld said it is Trump's unique perspective not usually seen in the White House that may be a key to the successes thus far.

"This is a developer from Queens, not a professor from Columbia," he said. "[Business] is all about respect and reciprocity and servicing a client."

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