Juan Williams and the panel on "The Five" reacted to news that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will not allow President Trump to address Congress at a State of the Union address until the government is fully reopened.
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Jesse Watters said Tuesday on "The Five" that the media treated the teenagers seen in the viral face-to-face with a Native American elder in Washington similar to how they treated Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Jesse Watters said the partial government shutdown would be over if the media coverage of President Trump's and the Democrats' political differences was fair.
Greg Gutfeld said the mainstream media's newfound proclivity to report "breaking news" stories based on anonymous sources and other officials on a recurring basis is like how Fred Sanford in "Sanford & Son" would repeatedly worry about having a heart attack.
Jesse Watters responded to Democrats who blamed President Trump for the ongoing partial government shutdown that has furloughed or left unpaid hundreds of thousands of federal workers.
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.
The panel on "The Five" took part in the "10-Year Challenge" that is sweeping social media.
President Donald Trump was lambasted for serving mountains of fast food burgers and fries for the national champion Clemson Tigers football team during their visit to the White House.
In the midst of the partial government shutdown, nearly three dozen Democratic lawmakers attended a Congressional Hispanic Caucus event in Puerto Rico where they rubbed elbows with lobbyists and took in the sunshine.
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.
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.
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.