JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): Well, Biden's playbook is hide in the basement. I don't think he wants to do that. So just so the audience knows when Juan talks about just wall that's already there. You know when you see those like little lean-to wooden structures that you could just kind of duck under?
WATTERS: Alright, Katie Pavlich, what do you think about the difference between the way these two guys are campaigning?
KATIE PAVLICH (CO-HOST): Well, the President visiting the border fence today sends two messages. The one is that he's out on the campaign trail and Joe Biden is not, and it also shows that he's willing to revisit his campaign promises and say, look, I promised this would be built in 2016, here we are, it is here, and you can count on me to follow through with my campaign promises in the future if you re-elect me in 2020.
But the other thing is you know, the Biden campaign continues to say that we are virtually campaigning, and that is good enough. Well, between President Trump's rally on Saturday night, which had 7.7 million viewers on Fox News and four million people tuned in online, that's 12 million people watching, close to 13 million. So if Joe Biden wants to talk about virtual comparison, the President is still beating him when it comes to the virtual campaign game.
WATTERS: Yeah, Greg, that was the highest-rated Saturday night in the history of Fox News. Thank you very much.
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Yes, congratulations, Jesse. Could Biden be the first virtual -- the first virtual vice -- the first virtual presidential nominee? And let's say he won, he'll probably be the first virtual president because he's actually not really going to be president. We know that. It's going to be whoever the V.P. is. But it's interesting when you look at -- when you compare the two campaigns, right. Donald Trump goes to the people, Joe can't. So he's -- so we know that. So Trump is kind of like an outdoor dog at your buddy's ranch romping around having fun. Biden's like that little canary in the cage at your grandmother's cottage. He's trapped there.
But I think Trump enjoys going out. He likes being around people. He is closer to the street than almost any liberal politician, and he's a billionaire. And I think it drives him crazy that he knows what the average person is thinking and what the average person wants, and he gets it. Meanwhile, Biden has no idea what's going on in the outside world. He's like -- he's like one of those guys who thought War of the Worlds was real and hid in the basement for three days and is still there.