From the February 3 edition of Fox News' The Five:
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): Hillary Clinton's hair-raising tone on the campaign trail has garnered a lot of criticism, many saying she needs to cut it out and tone it down. But did you know that criticism is sexist? That's correct, sexist. That's according to Clinton surrogate Howard Dean.
GERALDO RIVERA (CO-HOST): I think that Hillary's problem, and I'm serious about this, she may be hard of hearing. And the reason I say that is -- when you are with headphones, and you're listening to music, and someone asks you a question, you speak like “Well, what do you say Eric,” because you hear yourself. And it's almost as if she's speaking as if she doesn't have a microphone, and talking to the big room, she either has to fire her audio guy, or understand that if you have a microphone you don't have to scream, and I think that's a big problem.