The panel on "The Five" debated whether the political left has "a Louis Farrakhan problem," after the most recent story involving the controversial anti-Semitic preacher broke on Monday.
Juan Williams joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1997 as a contributor and is also a co-host of FNC's The Five. Additionally, he serves as FNC's political analyst and a regular panelist on Fox News Sunday and Special Report with Bret Baier.
In addition to his more than 10-year career with NPR, where he served as a senior national correspondent and news analyst, William had spent 23 years at The Washington Post. During his tenure there, Williams covered every major political campaign from 1980 to 2000 as a national correspondent and a political columnist. He has also interviewed numerous influential people and presidents over the course of his career, including former President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush, former President Clinton, former President George H. W. Bush and former President Reagan.
Williams' career in media spans back several decades across many platforms. A recipient of several awards for his writing and investigative journalism, he also won an Emmy Award for television documentary writing and has received widespread critical acclaim for numerous projects, including a series of documentaries, including: "Politics: The New Black Power" and "A. Phillip Randolph: For Jobs and Freedom." Additionally, he is the author of six books, including the non-fiction bestseller, "Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965" and "Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary." Williams has also written numerous articles and has contributed to many national magazines, including: TIME, Fortune, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic, Ebony and GQ.
Williams earned his bachelor's degree from Haverford College.
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The panel on "The Five" took part in the "10-Year Challenge" that is sweeping social media.
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On "The Five" Friday, Jedediah Bila said it's "really, really pathetic" for some Democrats to claim the ongoing battle over border security funding is about race.
On "Outnumbered" Friday, Melissa Francis took aim at New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's progressive policy ideas.
Greg Gutfeld said that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was "betraying her constituency" by remarks she made following President Trump's national address on border security.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to Hollywood's latest attacks on President Trump, including Samuel L. Jackson's endorsement of a profane remark about Trump and accusations of racism from Robert De Niro.
Tuesday's panel on "The Five" reacted to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's inaugural speech, during which the Democrat said his state would provide "sanctuary to all who seek it."
Monday's panel on "The Five" discussed newly elected Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's policy proposals after the New Yorker suggested a 70 percent tax hike for the wealthy.
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.
Jesse Watters, Dana Perino, Greg Gutfeld, Juan Williams and Martha MacCallum exchange some thoughtful and hilarious Secret Santa gifts.
Greg Gutfeld and the co-hosts of "The Five" called out some Democrats and media pundits for having a "meltdown" over the resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis.