Fox News’ Jesse Watters thinks the latest scandal involving President Trump is “boring” because it doesn’t involve money, sex or dead bodies.
The New York Times’ bombshell report on Tuesday detailed that former FBI Director James Comey took detailed notes of a meeting with Trump that could result in an obstruction of justice charge against the president.
“If I went out tomorrow on the street and I asked 10 people who James Comey was, I’d probably maybe get three, maybe four, who knew, depending on the neighborhood,” Watters said on “The Five” Tuesday night. “This is a scandal with no video, with no audio, with no sex, with no money, with no dead bodies. It’s a boring scandal. No one knows the deputy AG’s name, no one can pronounce the Russian defense minister’s name.”
“The Five” co-host continued: “There’s memos, which memos and who sent which memo to who. No one is emotionally invested or can even understand this story.”
“Special Report” anchor Bret Baier, who was a guest on “The Five” to discuss the memos, went on to explain to Watters why the news should be taken seriously.
Watters also called Comey a “drama queen” during the episode.
Check out the video above, Watters’ comment comes at the 3:21 mark.