On Thursday night, The Five discussed that Hillary Clinton is charging people over $2000 for meet-and-greets during her book tour, but Kimberly Guilfoyle thinks she has an ulterior motive.
“I think this really is about trying to test the waters to see if she can run again,” she began. “She still won’t accept that she lost.”
She insisted that what Clinton is doing is “campaigning.”
“She gets out in front of as many people as she can, rehabilitate her image, show that she’s still got some zing and her step and she’s not fainting,” she elaborated. “That’s she’s in good health, she knows how to make a buck and she gets to tell her side of it.”
Guilfoyle did predict however that the Democratic Party will tell Clinton “no mas.”
Fill-in co-host Gillian Turner agreed with Guilfoyle that “it does make sense from a political strategist’s perspective.”
“What else are you raising money for?” Turner asked.
“Every penny counts,” Jesse Watters responded. “The Clintons are greedier than [Donald] Trump.”
Greg Gutfeld said that biggest winner in all of this is Bill Clinton because “she’s out of the house.”
“He goes into the backyard, digs out the safe with the black book, pulls it out,” Gutfeld joked, adding that she’ll be gone for three months and that her husband will “get to the letter M.”
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.
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