The panel on "The Five" reacted to CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's Twitter video in which he walks along a steel-slat barrier set up between McAllen, Texas and Tamaulipas, Mexico.

"Walking along her, we're not seeing any kind of imminent danger," Acosta said. "No rush toward this fence."

He said there is "no sign of the national emergency the president has been talking about," going on to point out a gas station and Burger King nearby that appeared "pretty tranquil."

Greg Gutfeld said Acosta's video was too good to be true for Team Trump.

"That [appeared like it] was paid for by the Donald Trump 2020 reelection campaign," Gutfeld said. "He is in a spot at a wall, and he says see there's no problem here."


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The panel discussed how Acosta was proving Trump's point that a border wall or barrier will curb illegal immigration, noting how "tranquil" Acosta's walk was.

In that regard, Trump's campaign manager Brad Parscale echoed the sentiment, taking to Twitter to thank Acosta for showing how "peaceful" the border is when it "has a wall."

However, soon after Acosta's first tweet went viral, he posted another video of himself at the border in the area, where the tall steel barrier gave way to a simpler chain link fence.

"Occasionally migrants come thru but residents say their community is quite safe," Acosta said of that portion of the border.

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