Wednesday's panel on "The Five" reacted to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's Instagram livestream, during which she paused her interaction with users to crack open a beer.

Earlier that day, Warren (Mass.) announced that she'd be launching an exploratory committee to explore a presidential run.

Greg Gutfeld said that the problem with Warren is that she has a problem with not being herself.

"It's just obvious that she's inauthentic in everything she does," he said, adding that Warren was trying to "rip off" Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).

Gutfeld then called Ocasio-Cortez "the real deal" who will eventually become the voice of the Democratic Party.

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Both Ocasio-Cortez and former Texas Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke used social media to connect with supporters before Warren's livestream.

Kennedy said that Warren's name recognition isn't as high as the younger congressional Democrats.

"You have to pick a lane and really stick with it," she said

Fox News analyst Marie Harf said that Ocasio-Cortez and O'Rourke look authentic in their social media efforts.

"People want politicians who seem real," she said, adding that when Warren tries to look authentic, she looks the opposite.

Watch the discussion above from "The Five."

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