JESSE WATTERS (HOST): Americans definitely, Greg, hate Black history makers. If you look at Barack Obama or his wife Michelle or Hillary Clinton or, I don't know, Oprah, definitely do not like Black history makers in this country. I would argue that --
GREG GUTFELD (HOST): Hillary?
WATTERS: In terms of women. I am including the gender, glass shattering. But I would say that she probably gets more favorable treatment because of her race and gender. And you remember watching VEEP? That was also about her spitting image, like a vacuous and competent female vice president who was also a punch line. She's a punch line. Kamala, race has nothing to do with it; it's the Democratic Party who doesn't like Kamala too much. 65% of the Democratic base is white, 17% is Black. And it skews women. So is the argument that Black female Democrats are bigoted against the first Black female Democrats vice president? Of course not.