The panel on "The Five" reacted to several Democrats making politically charged remarks about President Trump and the United States this week.

Speaking at a CNN town hall, El Paso, Texas, Congressman Beto O'Rourke -- who is challenging Sen. Ted Cruz in the Texas Senate race -- said it is appropriate to seek impeachment proceedings against Trump.

"I would liken impeachment to indictment," O'Rourke said. "There is enough there to proceed with a trial."

Meanwhile, during a speech in Richland County, S.C., Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) said he is disheartened that Canada is "out-Americaning" the United States.

Booker said that Canada and Germany's policies allow their citizens to attend college at a much lower cost based on median income.

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"I can't stand how Canada is out-Americaning us," he said.

And at the 92nd Street YMCA in New York, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said that she does not care if some more moderate Democrats lose in November -- calling it "collateral damage" in pursuit of forwarding their current political ideology.

Greg Gutfeld said that it's "really hard to find out what the Democrats are 'for'."

"You can only find out what they are 'against' -- [President Trump] and being out of power," he said, calling Pelosi's comments "loathsome."

Jesse Watters called the montage a "smorgasbord of Democrats trying to grasp at anything."

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