Greg Gutfeld Challenges Cory Booker: ‘Dress Like Spartacus or I Will Do Show Shirtless’

Fox News star Greg Gutfeld has laid down the gauntlet to Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) by challenging the Democrat senator to dress as Spartacus.

Gutfeld named Booker as his favorite Democrat while joking, “which I know is like saying my favorite proctologist.”

He then commended Booker for giving up “all added sugar in drinks and foods.”

Gutfeld said it was a good health decision, one he wants to try.

He challenged Booker to a bet.

If Gutfeld is heavier on Labor Day he will do his show shirtless. but if he is lighter, Booker has to come on his show “dressed like Spartacus.”

During his hit Fox News show “Gutfeld!,” the host said: “Now, it’s not often I say this, but a politician did something I totally, absolutely love.

“And no, it doesn’t involve suicide. You sick, horrible people.

“But it does involve a Democrat.

“I know what’s wrong with me. I mean, besides the obvious stuff, but do I have a head injury?

“But If I had a dollar every time my mom asked me that as a baby after she’d push me off the bassinet.

“I mean, but last night, I complimented Hillary Clinton.

“Man, did I get a ton of hate mail for that. Most of it from Bill.

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“But now I’m about to compliment Cory Booker.

“No, stop, stop. I know it sounds like I’m losing my mind.”

“But finally, a Democrat not spouting some woke crap,” Gutfeld added.

He then put the challenge to Booker.

“So from now on to Labor Day, I’m going without added or processed sugar,” Gutfeld said.

“Now I’m not including wine, of course, since it is a fruit.

“And I’m going to sweeten the pot, pun intended.

“If I end up heavier on Labor Day than I am now, I will do one entire show shirtless man boobs in all.

“I know. It’s disgusting. It’s disgusting.

“But if I end up lighter, then Mr. Booker has to come on the show dressed like Spartacus.

“Yeah. How about… Corey?”


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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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