This is a rush transcript from "The Five," November 13, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: So last week, Mediaite got hold of a letter from Fordham University President Joseph McShane -- yes, that guy -- to his students condemning College Republicans for asking Ann Coulter to speak on his campus. You know, because she is Satan.
He said her rhetoric is needlessly provocative, something you never see on a college campus. Apparently, he's never set foot in his actual classrooms. You want needless rhetoric? Try talking to one of the tenured Marxists on faculty. Actually, that's noxious rhetoric.
But Joe is not a bad guy. He's just predictable.
I'm kind of ticked at the College Republicans who apologized and rescinded the invitation to Ann -- wusses. You never appease those who want to destroy you, even when they bully you. So, in bastion of free expression, the student group was cowed into pathetic retreat, show of liberal in intolerance that closes the book on debate.
Speaking of which, what a great time for my book, "The Joy of Hate", to come out, for it reveals the ultimate lie of the tolerant left. I call them the "toleradic," tools who pretend to be tolerant until they actually meet a conservative. It's why Coulter gets thrown off campus while assorted left-wing haters still parade in.
So, congrats to the College Republicans, Fordham and its president is proud of you. Me, not so much -- which is why I'm sending my book to you, perhaps in the spirit of free expression, you can burn it.
BOB BECKEL, CO-HOST: Can you explain to us this thing you brought out here on the stage?
GUTFELD: This is the bus. This is the bus.
BECKEL: They're actually putting a bus that size with you in it?
DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: No, not that size.
GUTFELD: You making a height joke about me getting into this bus is rather rich.
PERINO: It is rich. That is rich.
GUTFELD: Yes. This is going to Gulf Coast from November 28th to December 1st, starting in Florida and going all way --
PERINO: Do you feel like you have just given birth to a book?
GUTFELD: If I knew what it was like to give birth to anything, I could answer that question. But, yes, it's a long -- it takes about nine months. There's a lot of pain.
GUTFELD: You are often throwing up in the morning.
PERINO: A lot of excitement.
GUTFELD: Yes, there's a lot of excitement.
ANDREA TANTAROS, CO-HOST: Although you would have been one of those mothers that drank during her pregnancy because in your book, you actually say that it took a lot of alcohol and prescription meds to get through it.
GUTFELD: I wrote this book in a bar.
BECKEL: You know, this is exactly kind of bus that drug -- that rockers carry around the country where they do lots of drinking and lots of drugs.
GUTFELD: But that won't happen here. Because I'll meet a lot of excellent Americans who want to read my book and get a signed copy.
BECKEL: Do they do this for other authors?
ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: Can I be the first to shake your hand? I read part of it.
GUTFELD: Thank you.
BOLLING: I also read the back where you mention us a little bit. Could you spare the words?
BOLLING: Bolling in there --
BECKEL: Did they --
GUTFELD: I did mention you. I mentioned you on the back.
BOLLING: I know.
BECKEL: Did they have a picture?