With the arrest of celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti, Greg Gutfeld said Thursday that the reflex is to cite the irony of the situation -- warning that critics can be better than the 47-year-old.
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The panel on "The Five" reacted to MSNBC pundit Donald Deutsch who said that President Donald Trump would attempt a military coup to keep power if he is defeated in 2020.
Greg Gutfeld said Tuesday on "The Five" that video of President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and Morocco's King Mohammed VI at a French World War I remembrance ceremony is a "damn good metaphor" for how America leads in the world.
Campus Reform editor Lawrence Jones said the possibility of yet another presidential bid by New York Democrat Hillary Clinton might be "harassment of the American voter."
"The Five" co-hosts reacted after a Florida judge sided with Rick Scott in ordering that Republicans be given “immediate” access to requested information about ballots in Broward County.
After a mass shooting at a Thousand Oaks, Calif. bar, Greg Gutfeld said Thursday that America should mourn the fallen and also "open ourselves up" to new ideas on preventing violence.
The panel on "The Five" discussed what some called "outrageous" excuses for the lack of a Democratic "blue wave" in Tuesday's elections.
Greg Gutfeld said in his monologue on "The Five" that many of the key Senate Democrats who joined the "witch trial" of Justice Brett Kavanaugh lost their seats on Tuesday.
A number of polling locations on Long Island, New York, declined to offer voters "I Voted" stickers during Tuesday's midterms due to budget constraints.
Laura Ingraham said Tuesday on The Five that midterm voters opposed to President Trump are resisting his tone and personality.
Greg Gutfeld said Monday that Democrats' sudden shift toward political issues rather than general "Resistance" to President Trump resembles a college student "cramming for a final" exam.
Michael Avenatti on Thursday released his first political ad, urging Americans to "join the fight club" and vote in next week's midterm elections.