On “Outnumbered” on Monday, Fox contributor Juan Williams was on the hot seat over the issue of prominent Democrats calling for the abolishment of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

“Juan, do you think that’s a winning issue?” asked host Melissa Francis. “Abolish ICE, is it a good idea?”

“That’s the question,” Williams said, stating that advocating for that creates “an opening” for those that accuse Democrats of being more open borders.

“Instead of becoming something that keeps terrorists and bad guys and drug dealers out, has become like an enforcement force, if you will, that goes and raids homes, raids jobs, makes people uncomfortable in their own land,” Williams added, appearing to offer support for the “Abolish ICE” calls.

“You got almost 70% of the country who say we should not abolish ICE,” co-host Abby Huntsman responded.

“You were wrong in saying it’s the majority of Democrats,” said Williams, prompting a larger back and forth with the panel.