The Five on 'Bin Laden' Comparison: Dems 'Running Out of Evil Things to Compare to Trump'
The panel on "The Five discussed several recent incidents of extreme rhetoric directed at President Trump from leftist candidates and politicians.
Democratic congressional candidate Sean Casten recently compared Trump to terrorist Usama bin Laden.
Casten, running against Republican Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.), said that the two have "a tremendous amount in common because they both figured out how to use the bully pulpit to activate marginalized young men."
In Arizona, Phoenix Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego ripped Trump and warned federal law enforcement agents that even though they are "following orders" regarding immigration, that they may not be immune from prosecution under different leadership.
Former Vice President Al Gore said Trump must "resign" because he turned the EPA into the "Coal Production Agency."
Greg Gutfeld said Democrats are "running out of evil things to compare Trump to" and that they may as well just compare Trump to Trump if he is that evil.
He added that they also have "short memories," noting that in a 2012 stump speech in Danville, Va., Vice President Joe Biden invoked slavery when talking about then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the GOP.
Biden told the audience that Republicans will "put you all back in chains" if elected.
Gutfeld noted that, at Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) funeral, the former Delaware senator spoke at length about civility in politics.
Juan Williams said Trump himself also uses language in a "very manipulative way."
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