Gutfeld: Trump Should Acknowledge Dems' 'Personal Vendetta' Against Him in Nat'l Address
Greg Gutfeld said on "The Five" that President Trump should talk about the "personal vendetta" Democrats have against him when he addresses the nation Tuesday.
Trump announced the prime-time address regarding the "humanitarian and national security crisis" at the southern border on Twitter Monday afternoon.
I am pleased to inform you that I will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border. Tuesday night at 9:00 P.M. Eastern.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 7, 2019
Gutfeld said that Trump should discuss the "crux" of Democrats' arguments against a border wall, that one would be "immoral."
"Should we ask Nancy Pelosi about removing the walls that we already have on the border?" he asked. "This stance is so weak you could blow it over with a sneeze."
Gutfeld added that Democrats agree with the president on border security, but they voice opposition for personal reasons against him.
"So, the bottom line is, it's a personal vendetta," he said.
Fox News contributor Juan Williams countered by saying that Trump "keeps lying" about construction and funding on his long-promised border wall.
Williams said Trump is also playing "base tribal politics" and that he's playing up issues at the border to distract from other issues he's facing.
"Trump says 'the Mexicans will pay for this wall.' I don't see that," he said. "How about he says, 'the wall is being built' and there's no wall. He just keeps lying and you guys keep buying."
Watch more of the discussion above.