Greg Gutfeld and Juan Williams often get into verbal altercations on Fox News’ “The Five.”
Today, though, while talking about the Michael Cohen testimony, Gutfeld had had enough with Juan.
Greg went as far as threatening to throw Williams off the set!
As the hosts were clashing over Cohen’s testimony and Williams went on a tear over Trump, Gutfeld jumped in to say, “What about Morgan [Ortagus]? Morgan has not spoken.”
Williams said, “Gosh, are you guys ever going to let me finish?!”
“No, because you’re always finishing!” Gutfeld exclaimed. “There’s somebody sitting there who hasn’t said a damn word!”
Williams told Gutfeld he’s “so deep in the bunker” and Gutfeld fired back, “Oh, shut up, Juan! I’m in nobody’s bunker. Enough with your bunker. I’m trying to be polite to somebody on the panel, Juan, which you won’t do!”
Here's Greg Gutfeld threatening to throw Juan Williams off the set, btw pic.twitter.com/Tr0RDoGGEa
— Salvador Hernandez (@SalHernandez) February 27, 2019
Here is the exchange between Juan Williams and Greg Gutfeld. pic.twitter.com/BcWSI8qAlP
— Mike (@FuctupMike) February 27, 2019
More on Wednesday’s Cohen hearing, per Fox News:
Michael Cohen, the former fixer about to begin a three-year prison term, issued a stern denunciation of President Trump during an explosive congressional hearing Wednesday that left no room for reconciliation – calling his former boss a racist, testifying he was aware of an adviser’s talks with WikiLeaks about stolen Democratic emails during the 2016 campaign and alleging he oversaw an array of illicit schemes during the 10 years they worked together.
“He is a racist. He is a conman. And he is a cheat,” Cohen testified, setting the tone for the hearing. After outlining numerous alleged misdeeds by Trump, Cohen expressed regret and repeated the refrain “yet I continued to work for him.”
Cohen said he’s worried that if the president doesn’t win re-election, there will not be a “peaceful transition of power.”
He stopped short of saying he had evidence that Trump’s presidential campaign colluded with Russia in 2016, asserting he had only “suspicions.” And Republicans on the House Oversight Committee repeatedly struck at Cohen’s credibility, pointing out that he is a convicted liar and suggesting he only turned on Trump after not landing a White House job.
“You’re behaving just like everyone else who got fired or didn’t get the job they wanted,” Ohio GOP Rep. Jim Jordan, the ranking member on the committee, said. Cohen denied this to be the case.
The fiery testimony marked a remarkable turn for someone who once claimed he’d be willing to take a bullet for Trump.
Cohen came to the hearing with a slew of exhibits, including checks he says are proof for his previous claims that Trump organized hush-money payments to two women, including adult film star Stormy Daniels, who claimed affairs with Trump during the campaign. He accused Trump of being involved in a “criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws.”