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Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle has doubled down on her claims that young women should not serve on a jury - and former White House press secretary Dana Perino has incredibly chimed in to support her.
Guifoyle sparked outrage on Tuesday when she told The Five viewers that 'healthy and hot' young women should be excused from voting booths and juries 'so they can go back on Tinder and Match.com'.
But in a shocking development tonight, her co-host Dana Perino agreed that prosecutors should not pick young women to sit on a jury - as the 45-year-old former Victoria Secret model refused to apologize for her words.
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Defiant: Kimberly Guilfoyle appeared on The Five tonight to defend her claim that young women are 'spoon fed' information - and her colleague Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary, backed up her beliefs
Not backing down: Former Victoria Secret model Guilfoyle and Bush's press secretary Perino were defiant
'If you're a prosecutor, you typically would not pick the young woman because she is not the person you would want on the jury, and that's true across the board,' declared Perino, America's second ever female White House Press Secretary who served under George W Bush between 2007 to 2009.
Addressing the storm of backlash, Guilfoyle simply blamed the 'liberal media' for taking her words 'out of context' - repeating: 'if [young women] want to go back to social media or online dating, that's fine with me'.
'I take voting very seriously,' she said, defending her own words. 'Don't come out because you're uninformed or you're spoon-fed information - anybody out there.'
The panel discussion then turned into an attack on Huffington Post for 'manipulating the truth'.
'Unfortunately they made that headline then liberal media ran with it when there was not one iota of fact in it,' she raged at her fellow panelists.
Describing the site's news-gathering process as 'twisting a Rubiks cube' of 'manipulation', Greg Gutfeld said: 'It was specifically HuffPo who picked it ... and then liberal media said let's go spread this garbage as far as we can spread it.'
'And that is that': While many expected an apology from the former model, she did not back down on her words