“We as a show,” he said, “are facing internal strife, from a micro level to a macro level… Look at The Five. On any given day, we have tension over this nomination, over this candidate. You can look at our network as a whole.”
He said this is true of pretty much “every area where there is conservatism” these days, but pointed to specific “issues within a family of anchors” that has fractured the anti-Obama unity they once enjoyed.
Eric Bolling––who if not openly for Trump is clearly one of the most pro-Trump voices on the network––expressed some frustrations with the “if you like him, you’re an idiot” kind of attacks people receive, saying, “It’s never been this personal before.”