On Thursday’s edition of Fox News’ “The Five,” co-host Greg Gutfeld leapt to President Donald Trump’s defense as his colleague Juan Williams criticized his decision to suggest the late Rep. John Dingell (D-MI) is “looking up” from hell.
“When he talks about John Dingell going to hell, I just — I don’t like it,” said Williams.
“You haven’t heard that joke before?” shot back Gutfeld.
“It’s not a joke when you’re talking about a dead man!” said Williams. “Going after dead people, John McCain, John Dingell—”
“Trump doesn’t see live, dead, black, white, male, female,” scoffed Gutfeld. “He insults everybody. We’re into the fourth year of this, Juan!”
“He doesn’t see women?” repeated Williams.
“He doesn’t see anything you see!” laughed Gutfeld.
Fox’s Juan Williams: “When he talks about John Dingell going to hell, I just — I don’t like it.”
Greg Gutfeld: “You haven’t heard that joke before?”
Juan: “It’s not a joke when you’re talking about a dead man!”
Greg: “Trump doesn’t see live, dead, black, white, male, female.” pic.twitter.com/5ZTXNQQr9k
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) December 19, 2019
Dr. Fauci warns US is ‘knee-deep’ in first wave of coronavirus
The United States is still "knee-deep" in its first wave of coronavirus infections and must act immediately to tackle the recent surge, the country's top infectious diseases expert said Monday.
Anthony Fauci said the number of cases had never reached a satisfactory baseline before the current resurgence, which officials have warned risks overwhelming hospitals in the country's south and west.
"It's a serious situation that we have to address immediately," Fauci said in a web interview with National Institutes of Health director Francis Collins.
But Fauci added he did not strictly consider the ongoing rise in cases a "wave."
Companies owned by this billionaire GOP governor received up to $24 million in bailout loans
Companies owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and his family received up to $24 million from one of the federal government’s key coronavirus economic relief programs, according to data made public Monday.
At least six companies from Justice’s empire showed up on the list of Paycheck Protection Program aid recipients released by the Small Business Administration.
The Greenbrier Hotel Corporation, Justice’s firm that owns and operates the iconic luxury resort, received a loan of between $5 million and $10 million.
Trump friends and family cleared for millions in small business bailout
Businesses tied to President Donald Trump’s family and associates stand to receive as much as $21 million in government loans designed to shore up payroll expenses for companies struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to federal data released Monday.
A hydroponic lettuce farm backed by Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr., applied for at least $150,000 in Small Business Administration funding. Albert Hazzouri, a dentist frequently spotted at Mar-a-Lago, asked for a similar amount. A hospital run by Maria Ryan, a close associate of Trump lawyer and former mayor Rudy Giuliani, requested more than $5 million. Several companies connected to the president’s son-in-law and White House adviser, Jared Kushner, could get upward of $6 million.