During a discussion about the fractured GOP today, The Five‘s Greg Gutfeld brought up how the current GOP fight has been a source of tension not just on their show, but on Fox News as a whole.
“We as a show,” he said, “are facing internal strife, from a micro level to a macro level… Look at The Five. On any given day, we have tension over this nomination, over this candidate. You can look at our network as a whole.”
He said this is true of pretty much “every area where there is conservatism” these days, but pointed to specific “issues within a family of anchors” that has fractured the anti-Obama unity they once enjoyed.
Eric Bolling––who if not openly for Trump is clearly one of the most pro-Trump voices on the network––expressed some frustrations with the “if you like him, you’re an idiot” kind of attacks people receive, saying, “It’s never been this personal before.”
Gutfeld worried that if people stay so mad at each other over this, other hubs of conservatism may end up like Breitbart.
Watch above, via Fox News.
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