Greg Gutfeld on Biden response to Tara Reade claims: He 'was doing great in that interview until he confessed'

"The Five" weighed in Friday on presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's response to allegations he sexually assaulted former staffer Tara Reade while serving in the Senate.

"I thought his tone was good. Mika was strong, but I don't know if he convinced anybody either way," co-host Jesse Watters said. "Voters are just gonna have to never know the truth and just factor this into their decision in November."

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"He left himself vulnerable for sure. When [MSNBC's] Mika [Brzezinski] asked if he remembered Reade, he dodged," Watters added.

Watters also compared Biden's situation to the furor over sexual misconduct allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

"His [Biden's] obvious 'Kavanaugh standard' about 'Believe all women' has evolved. It's now 'Believe all women at first, and then investigate them,'" Watters said. "Now a lot of people would think, investigate and then believe. I'm not really sure what he [Biden] believes. I just think he knows he needs to say what he needs to say to get out of that question."

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Co-host Greg Gutfeld stated that Biden may have slipped up.

"Look, Biden was doing great in that interview until he confessed," Gutfeld said. "First he had the total denial. I think that was pretty good. The denial was pretty strong. And then he says as a complaint. 'You know, I don't know why all of a sudden 27 years 'this' gets raised.

"What is 'this?' What is 'this'? That's interesting," Gutfeld added.