According to Fox News host Jesse Watters, the reason that Vice President Kamala Harris has struggled as VP is due to “a typical female problem.”

On Thursday’s edition of “The Five,” Watters was discussing Harris with others on the panel in response to reports that the Veep had complained about being in the Washington, D.C. “bubble.”

“She has her jet, she has a chef, she can move mountains if she wants to affect policy. I like that bubble! It’s a cozy bubble! I wouldn’t try to get out of that bubble.”

But it was what Watters said next that drew audible groans from the women on the panel (Jeannine Pirro and Dana Perino):

“And I’m sorry to say this, but many people are saying this, I’m not saying this, but many people are saying that this sounds like a typical female problem.”

As his co-hosts attempted to change the subject or get him to stop talking, Watters went on:

“Every single article is about her feelings. ‘She feels this way.’ ‘She feels sad.’ ‘She feels’ —

Pirro told Watters:

“Stop it, Jesse. Stop it. Stop it. Jesse, Jesse, stop.”

It didn’t take long before Twitter exploded with derision aimed squarely at Watters:

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