Over the last 24 hours, one of the biggest news stories has involved Donald Trump insulting Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren. In its aftermath, the media was quick to call out the president over his remarks, though a segment on Fox News quickly became tense on the issue.

(Williams remarks start around 5:30 in the above video)

Fox News on Pocahontas

Over the last two and a half years, Donald Trump has often been accused of a lot of things. Due to his controversial rhetoric and questionable policy proposals, the critics of the president have labeled him a "racist," "bigot," "white supremacist," Islamaphobe," "homophone," "sexist," "misogynist," and other derogatory terms.

Whether it's celebrities in Hollywood or the sports world, other world leaders, Democrats, or even members of his own Republican Party, the former host of "The Apprentice" has taken the time to go on the attack against those who criticize him. At the White House on Monday, Trump honored three military veterans Native American code talkers who used their language to help fight back against the enemy during times of war. During the ceremony, Trump spoke directly to the three men and took a shot at Sen. Elizabeth Warren, saying, "They call her Pocahontas." As expected, the president faced instant backlash for his remarks, which were highlighted during the November 28 edition of "The Five" on the Fox News Channel.

During the Tuesday edition of "The Five" on Fox News, co-host Juan Williams broke from the consensus of his four other co-hosts on the president's nickname for Elizabeth Warren.

While Greg Gutfeld, Jesse Waters, Dana Perino, and Kimberly Guilfoyle all appeared to defend Donald Trump's comments, Williams accused the president of engaging in racism.

After Greg Gutfeld made his point in defense of the president, Juan Williams fired back, saying, "I can't believe you didn't just explode from the spinning." "Just because you say you’re not racist doesn’t make it so," he continued.

"He finds it just very valuable politically," Juan Williams went on to say, explaining that Donald Trump uses racially charged language to "attack people of color in this country." Not stopping there, Williams said that Trump "finds political advantage and value in making whipping boys out of people of color."

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As Donald Trump continues to catch heat for his controversial insult, he has a variety of other issues facing him as president. The future of health care and tax reform still remain a mystery, all while the investigation into Russian election interference heats up.