Fox host defends Donald Trump's refusal to denounce white supremacy and right wing extremist group

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Citation From September 30, 2020, edition of Fox News' The Five 

JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): I'm listening to you guys and I am like -- you know, you want to focus on the media, you want to focus on Joe Biden.


WILLIAMS: What about the awful, rude, crude behavior and lies told by Donald Trump? I mean, let's look at the president's own words. Asked a simple question. Brian Kilmeade said this was a layup. Condemn white supremacy, Mr. President. 

GUTFELD: He already did.

WILLIAMS: And what did he say? He felt it. He couldn't make the layup. You know what he said instead? 

GUTFELD: “Sure."

WILLIAMS: He said, “You know what, I'm not sure, what's this Proud Boys thing" --

GUTFELD: No, he said "Sure."

WILLIAMS: And then he said -- let me finish. Let me finish. Here's the quote. “Stand back, stand by."

GUTFELD: You're not quoting him.

WILLIAMS: It was so effective that the Proud Boys today have made memes, logos, t-shirts, so the white supremacists got it.