No one is rooting for the wall between the United States and Mexico to not be built harder than Fox News’ resident liberal Bob Beckel.
Beckel is against the idea of the wall in general, but now Kimberly Guilfoyle, his co-host on “The Five” gave him another, better, reason to oppose it.
During a segment on the projected cost of the project, Beckel highlighted a new study that said it might cost $21.6 billion and he contended the wall won’t be built.
“I have to break this to you, Bob,” Guilfoyle said, “the wall is getting built.”
“The wall is not getting built,” Beckel insisted. “I’ll bet you the most extreme bet you can have.”
Guilfoyle immediately raised the stakes.
“I will spend the rest of my life with you if that wall does not–,” she said before being interrupted by laughter from the panel.
“You can get married at the wall,” Greg Gutfeld quipped.
“And Mexico is gonna pay for it,” Guilfoyle said, adding that she gets engaged every time she goes to Mexico.
“President Trump please, please I’m begging you build the wall,” she said.
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