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During Monday’s Fox News broadcast of “The Five,” co-host Jesse Watters took a pointed jab at fellow panelist Jessica Tarlov regarding her comments on Donald Trump’s legal issues.

The discussion transitioned from Trump’s legal troubles to Tarlov’s statement that “people don’t want to vote for a convicted felon.” Trump faces criminal indictments in four jurisdictions and has pleaded not guilty to each charge.

In response to Tarlov’s claim about her expertise in real estate, Watters retorted, “You don’t know anything about real estate, Jessica, you rent!” He then gestured towards Manhattan's skyline, noting, “Look at that building right there. Trump owns that building…Take a look at the entire Manhattan skyline. Trump owns all of these beautiful properties. He’s built these things.”

Tarlov, taken aback, could only ask, “Did you actually just say that to me?”

Tarlov’s assertion that Trump consistently evades justice was countered by fellow host Greg Gutfeld, who joined Watters in challenging her arguments.

“Listen, I have always said this: Donald Trump gets really lucky,” remarked the liberal commentator, eliciting scorn from her peers.

“Oh is that what it is?” Jeanine Pirro responded.

“What have you built, Jessica?” Gutfeld inquired, with Watters adding, “Here we go!”

“I love it when people who have a media footprint pretend to know how things are built,” Gutfeld continued. “I don’t know how things are made.”

“I know when something is doing well that people want to be on it,” Tarlov responded about Truth Social.

“He’s lucky! It’s lucky!” Gutfeld mocked.

Watters then questioned, “What has Joe Biden built?” comparing Trump’s accomplishments to Biden’s.

Due to allegations of disparaging remarks about Tony Bobulinski, a key figure in the congressional probe into Joe Biden, Tarlov now faces legal challenges. Tarlov misrepresented Bobulinski’s situation, claiming that his legal fees were paid by a Trump super PAC.

When Bobulinski’s lawyers demanded a public retraction and apology from Tarlov, tensions escalated. The progressive Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg, who has pursued charges against Trump, will oppose the former president in his trial on April 15.

Judge Merchan issued a new gag order preventing Trump from criticizing witnesses, court employees, DA Bragg, or other prosecution members. Trump’s team, along with mainstream media, has opposed other gag orders.

Trump’s first criminal trial begins shortly after his last Republican competitor exited the presidential race, clearing his path to challenge President Joe Biden in November. Other criminal proceedings against Trump have faced procedural challenges or been impacted by prosecutors’ actions.

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