"To me, this is shaping up as a three-way race" with Bernie Sanders among the Democrats, co-host Juan Williams said.
The new national poll showed Warren, a Massachusetts senator, holding a slight edge – but within the margin of error – over the former vice president in the race for their party’s 2020 nomination.
The poll, released Tuesday by Quinnipiac University, was the latest in a slew of national and early voting state surveys in recent weeks showing Warren has surged to a virtual tie with Biden in the primary battle.
Williams also addressed a report that donors were unhappy with Biden's campaign.
"It seems to me Biden may not be doing so great. By the way, all these donors, they're nervous Nellies all the time," Williams said. "They're always nervous and they want Biden to be more combative. From your perspective, they want him to really go after Trump in a vicious way, and Biden is just not their guy right now.
Co-host Jedediah Bila criticized Biden's approach to his 2020 presidential run.
"He looks like a guy who's already lost. He's very defensive. He's on defense all the time. He's worried about his son's business dealings. He's worried about Elizabeth Warren," Bila said. "The problem is that all the worries show in every interaction he has. When he gets on a debate stage, he doesn't look competent. He doesn't look like he's in control."
Bila added, "He's so unable to really prioritize what his stand on the issues is, because he's so worried about all these things."