The panel on "The Five" reacted to Michael Cohen being sentenced to three years in prison on lying to authorities and campaign finance charges.

President Trump also weighed in on the response to Cohen's sentence, in which several observers sought to tie the attorney's imprisonment to verification of his own guilt in some way.

"It's hard to impeach somebody who hasn't done anything wrong," Trump told Reuters. "People would revolt if that happened."

Greg Gutfeld said that it's not against the law for Trump to hire bad counsel in Cohen.


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"Cohen pleading guilty is not the same as Trump pleading guilty," he said. "The media is addicted to what-ifs, not what-ares."

Routine Trump foil and celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti celebrated Cohen's imprisonment, saying that "Donald Trump is next."

"[Avenatti] just lost his Ferarri," Gutfeld replied, chuckling at a settlement against the counsel that made him get rid of the vehicle.

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