From the August 17 edition of Fox News' The Five:
JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): This is -- this is where I jump off the ship, because to me, Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings and all the forced sex you want to talk about, I'm not sure about it, but -- even so, Founding Father is Thomas Jefferson, and he has written into that document some things that I find heartwarming, in fact, inspiring to this day.
So, I don't see that. But now I listen to him, Jesse, and he says that his family, that he as a black person in America feels personally offended that he has to pay to support this man's monument. What do you say?
JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): I think we found the one thing that Al Sharpton does not want the government to spend money on. We finally found it.
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): I think that Al Sharpton is constantly trying to poke the cage, and he is a sensationalist, and he is trying to bring, like, sex into it, and the whole thing. I don't really give a lot of credence to what he has to say, because I think he's somebody who inflames situations and also has proffered false narratives in the past. Not saying that this is, but I don't -- I have no bid for him.
WILLIAMS: Well, I think he is sincere, it's just that I disagree with him on Jefferson. I remain a big fan of Thomas Jefferson.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation: Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: A Brief Account