President Trump In-Depth Interview With Judge Jeanine Pirro…

Tonight Fox broadcast an extensive and much discussed interview with President Trump and Judge Jeanine Pirro.ย  The interview was conducted/recorded in the cabinet room of the White House between 12:00pm and 2:00pm on Friday May 12th.

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152 Responses to President Trump In-Depth Interview With Judge Jeanine Pirro…

  1. SeekerOfTruth says:

    Outstanding show tonight with the Judge. Well worth it. She seems really concerned about Trump getting his word out against the massive effort to distract from his agenda or block his agenda.

    We here all agree that many good things are happening in Trump world but not if you view CNN and the others. This is a tough game with so much at stake.

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    • R-C says:

      Hmm…I saw something different. Judge Jeannine was hand-wringing over the Trump ‘message’ not getting out, over and over again.

      It’s like this: the anti-Trump press is going to do what it does NO MATTER WHAT. They can create their alternative universe as they will, but they can’t change REALITY.

      Eventually, the Trump accomplishments will far outstrip the shrill bleating of the leftist press, and they won’t be able to cover it up. The entire country will be far better off and they won’t be able to ‘spin’ it anymore.

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      • nontroll says:

        I agree R-C, she seemed like she was being a “concern troll”.

        What really bothered me was she was interrupting him as much as the idiots in the lamestream media. Really bugged me.

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        • James Pidd says:

          It is frustrating to watch almost every interviewer. It is their show and they feel they can’t just sit there and let the interviewee talk. They are afraid that their peers will criticize them for not “asking tough questions” or that they were just giving the person a forum. There is a happy medium wherein they ask tough questions but they then allow the person to respond without interrupting. If the person avoids giving an answer then repose the question. However, most of these hosts simply can’t get beyond the fact that they want to be the focus and what they say matters.

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        • I noticed that too, the interruptions. I expected better.

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        • I agree nontroll.

          Judge Jeanine comment on herself as being first a lawyer, then a prosecutor then a judge.

          During the interview with President Trump she has a strong reaction to the idea that he might discontinue the ” 100 year old tradition” of the White House daily press briefing.

          She seems to be most concerned with her job as reporter now.

          Not her credentials in the judicial area.

          I am not impressed with anyone in the media right now including Judge Jeanine.

          I don’t care how long she has known Donald Trump.

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        • R-C says:

          Yep, ‘concern troll’ hits it on the head.

          This was not her best effort.

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      • Elenor says:

        I was amazed (and a good bit disgusted when she freaked out about his idea of ending the press conferences at the White House. (“a hundred YEARS!”) (So WHAT?!) A truly super idea: he should implement it right away! Since the press is completely UNABLE to tell the truth, stop feeding them! They’re going to LIE no matter what he does, so stop pandering to them! The press should have to EARN its way back into the White House — and THAT should take at least a year of 100% TRUTHFUL reporting.

        Have you watched Director OMB Mick Mulvaney’s amazing astonishing press conference from a week or so ago?! I try to keep up with what-all the God Emperor is doing — and I was amazed and astonished about how much stuff I had NOT heard about that Trump and his folks have been doing! (And OH! Mulvaney was extraordinary — like a star baseball player! Pivoting and turning, catching and pitching and hitting it out of the park! Maybe HE should be the President’s spokesman!)

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    • setup2100 says:

      Then why does TRUMP put up with these idiots? It plays to his base and he knows it. The base luv’ when TRUMP beats up the Media especially the talking heads. He does not have to do interviews with Lester Holt but why does he do them ? It is all playing to the base and to get a rise out of them. If he really hated the PRESS he would not have anything to do with them and would not send his people to do all the shows like CNN, MSNBC. It a game folks and you are the pawns. Just ignore the PRESS because no matter what he does it will never be good enough or done correctly. Most by now should know that the PRESS is run by the big donors of the Left. Big Media and a few other large donors run the DEM party and the politicans are the messengers and then the media backs up what they promote. That is the opposition party along with the RINOGOPe.

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      • The Boss says:

        IMBW, but I doubt much of President Trump’s base follow Lester Dolt regularly. Going into the snake pit known as NBC shows courage. It was an opportunity to persuade the approachable, not exactly hard-core supporters of Bernie, Crooked, Pocahontas and various RINOs to pay closer attention to what Trump is doing, and filter out the propaganda and lies foisted on then by globalist media whores.

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        • setup2100 says:

          Agree the TRUMP base does not watch Holt and many do not know who he is BUT will watch if TRUMP is being interviewed. Then don’t COMPLAIN about how you are treated and the message distorted ! Complaining that HOLT interrupted TRIUMP 9 times in 3 minutes or something comes with the territory when you talk to these clowns. Point is he knows he playing to the base by working with these idiots and if he really disliked the PRESS he would not play there game. Look at how many TRUMP people will be on ALL the talk shows today ( Sunday). Cut them off and they have no NEWS to beat TRUMP up on. He can also only talk to a select few and I mean a select few like the Judge, Hannity Lou Dobbs and a few other friendly talking heads. FOX News is not his friend BUT he still thinks Paul Ryan is his friend, so be it!

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        • ogzy says:

          What it is, is free media face time. Good for Trump or taking advantage of it. The lefty nut cases will always be unpersuadable, but then there is the rest of the country that may be watching.
          .

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  2. Alexsandra says:

    I wish Jeanine had not interrupted him so much.

    And my adult son who was visiting and heard it from another room said, “is she turning against him too”. So she sounded combative from a distance. On screen she seemed over-caffeinated to me, and the constant interruptions cut off many comments I would have liked to hear.

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    • M33 says:

      She’s learning bad habits from the rest of the disrespectful interviewers.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Niagara Frontier says:

        The constant interrupting of others is now routine. You’ll hear it everywhere, not just from media interviewers.

        The explanation is that simple etiquette is now a rarity. There are no longer delineations of expectations of what is acceptable social behavior in our society.

        For younger people it’s understandable because most have never been taught manners. For older people, there’s no excuse.

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        • paulraven1 says:

          It happens because the person interviewed allows it to happen. It would stop very quickly if it wasn’t tolerated. But there is this almost mindless compliance with the paradigm that endows these loudmouths with sacred respect and authority. I certainly thought Trump would be one to change this, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

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          • Niagara Frontier says:

            Three simple words clearly and firmly stated almost work: May I finish?

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          • jwingermany says:

            I think the President does fight back against the media lack of respect like no other politician I have seen in my lifetime. But, to his defense…our society on average does also expect some level of “challenge the interviewee” reality tv style in order to keep the audience interest.

            President Trump strikes a good balance in this…and over time will restore the level of respect earned by the office that has frankly been deteriorating for a couple of decades.

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      • MVW says:

        Everything is treated like a sporting event, a sport drama. Many like it. I can’t stand it. Great is not about drama, great is like what SpaceX is aiming for. Epic greatness made repeatably routine, day in and day out, greatness at success as a profession, a business, machine like.

        MAGA won’t be an apt description after 4 years. We will have to rebrand what Trump does because there won’t be a comparison unless we go back to Hercules and his tasks.

        I will make one more observation. Trump is a complete adept, he is letting the press and DhimmiRat moths circle the flame of negativity and hatefulness until they have finished burning their brands to ashes. 2018 elections will take the 2016 catastrophe and make it the worst blow out imaginable.

        Dhimmis are doubling down on hate and losing. What idiot doubles down on self destruction? (other than Dhimmis)

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      • CathyMAGA says:

        They’re friends, and she was excited to help him get the word out. He knows her well, so no biggie…

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    • tempo150101 says:

      I trust him when it comes to messaging. It’s only been 114 days! In Trump We Trust.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      It may be a New Yorker thing he didn’t seem upset

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    • distracted2 says:

      To me, it was more like a taped conversation between friends of 30 years rather than an interview. Good friends have frank discussions if they trust one another and I believe she pressed him on occasion so that he would not be misunderstood, giving him a chance to clarify if necessary.

      If it had been just about anyone else interviewing him, I would agree that it was on the verge of being rude but they have been friends for too many years

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    • NvMtnOldman says:

      They are both New Yorkers!!! Nuff said!!!!

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  3. vanroth50 says:

    With regards to the “Muh Russia” crap, The POTUS essentially told the unhinged democ(rats) .. go ahead, knock yourselves out, take your time, I am just as interested in getting to the bottom of this as you are..

    I mean, how can you not love this guy?? While the rest of us are tearing our hair out over the biggest conspiracy and perversely evil hoax ever being perpetrated in US political history on a President, the guy just shrugs it off in and trolls the unhinged left.

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    • WSB says:

      If most people understood the amount of controversy Donald Trump had EVERY DAY in NYC, they would understand. How many times did I walk past a news kiosk with PDJT on the cover of the Post or the Daily News…for something….

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      • psadie says:

        The Boss was always on the cover of the New York Post…always!

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      • Billy Dunn says:

        NY city did not put President Trump in office.
        Why does everything have to revolve around NY city?
        The majority are not even American citizens.
        Why does the vast majority of the interior U.S.
        have to bend a knee to a few costal cities ?
        America loving patriots would like to know.
        We will be heard from, one way or another.

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        • WSB says:

          Skippy, calm down…my only comment was that PDJT put up with enormous crap from a very down and dirty press in NYC, so he has a bit of callous in dealing with the D.C. Press. Period.

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      • kp3ace says:

        WSB, the point is that most people don’t understand. I had that crammed down my throat yesterday. They hate PDJT. They believe he needs to be impeached. They can’t be talked to. They can’t be reasoned with.

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        • WSB says:

          I very calmly tell people like that, that I just spent 8 years waiting out the treason of someone who attempted to take down the entire United States of America and a few other places, so they should probably just buck up…it’s going to be a long 8 years.

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          • kp3ace says:

            There are a certain % of people that it doesn’t matter what you tell them, (Mitt Romney’s video, 46%) are not open to a new idea. They would rather die than change that belief. I knew that it would be a waste of my time.

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  4. Minnie says:

    Shut down the Press Pool, Mr. President ๐Ÿ‘

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    • Weeper says:

      WSB posted the same thing on the other thread. My reply:

      Good idea since theyโ€™ve already gone off the โ€œdeep endโ€!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      • Minnie says:

        ๐Ÿ‘

        God hears the cries of His children, we have been blessed with OUR President ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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      • WSB says:

        Yes to both of you! {{wink}}

        Just change it out…it would be so refreshing to see the likes of OANN, Right Side Broadcasting, or any number of willing, bright, responsible journalists covering the White House. Frankly, the reporters who have been allowed access on the flat screens have been great,

        Who made the White House Correspondents Association God?

        And the WordPress God allowed me one auto-correct fumble free post! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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        • Weeper says:

          Congrats on the fumble free!! I agree with you. I joke around a lot, cuz that’s my personality (sense of humor with a sarcastic bent)….and the MSM deserves everything that I throw at them and more. Changes need to be made. The WH needs to take control of laundry room and get their SPIN CYCLE on full speed.

          Sometimes though I have to wonder if PDJT loves to sit back and watch them act like they do. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    • jwingermany says:

      I don’t know…I will be missing the daily beatings of the WH press by Spicer. I don’t think Spicer gets enough credit for taking on a media so hostile like never before…he’s in uncharted territory.

      I’ve never watched so many WH press conferences in my life. I think I’ve seen more in the last 100+ days than I’ve seen in my 50 years!

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  5. Peter says:

    “Tapes”

    Love him.

    So he pulls Spicer and Preibus, he should.

    Keep em guessing, always keep em guessing.

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  6. mariner says:

    I don’t like Jeanine Pirro, even though she and we are mostly on the same side. She’s too pushy and interrupts too much.

    It looks to me like President Trump doesn’t adapt his style for sessions with mostly-friendly interviewers.

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  7. Kaco says:

    I’d like to know why Judge Jeanine was pushing for an independent counsel on the Russia hoax. Also, she kept talking against his ideas on changes for the WH press briefings when she knows darn well why it’s not working in its current state.

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    • fangdog says:

      In one way the press briefings are working in that people can see first-hand how idiotic, rude, narcissistic, agenda driven and downright stupidly ridiculous these Libtards.

      However, there is nothing constructive or positive with the continued charade composed of dysfunctional people. On one hand we are entertained, but on the other hand we cannot help of feeling a little less of ourselves for having participated by watching something so unworthy worthless.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        I never watch any of them. The make me physically sick and I can’t stand to see such upstanding individuals as Sean or Sara stand there and take their crap – even though they put up a good fight – it is so not necessary. End the daily briefings immediately and hear them wail……maybe they (the brat pack) will decide that civility and intelligent questions are actually worth something.

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        • Jerzy2GA says:

          Take it off the air. Make it more of a Press Gaggle

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        • fangdog says:

          You make a great point and describe it well. The presstitutes have less dignity than brat children. It is an insult to Spicer, Sarah and adult Americans.

          This is supposed to be about “America First” and what is good about America. Trump with his “America First” should not have these press briefing “Presstitutes First” and this is exactly where this has degenerated.

          I blame Trump for not putting an end to this unbecoming farce. It is a negative travesty and not the high standards we are all striving for we Americans.

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    • MVW says:

      The reason is that conflict sells. Softball interviews bore most people.

      The real news was the impending hit on network revenue. The cash cow Spicer Show may be pulled by the producer DJ Trump. We are talking major cash.

      Judge J. smelled network hair on fire with this threat. I would bet Trump will will kill the networks and fuel the internet takeover of the network nuz. Watch Bill O’ start his own youtube channel, he may rent studio space from Blazing Saddles.

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  8. HarryJ says:

    I think it was a great interview in terms of content but we may disagree on style of judge. I actually liked her style as it was natural because she knew trump for 30 years and took a coversational style.
    She actually did favor to trump by askingvthe exact hot button questions msm were playing games with. This allowed trump to specifically answer those. In the process, the press conference change idea came up and thats a great move. However, i have feeling that trump will not do it eventually. MSM will go nuts in the mean time!

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    • HarryJ says:

      I understand interruptions are not desired and judge or anyone should have done without it. I just wanted to guess why she might have done it this way. Due to their prior familiarity, i think trump did not mind that. I still get the main point: The President deserves respect and thats important.
      Lets not forget: this had great content. I specially loved it when he mentioned why FBI did not force into looking at DNC?

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  9. ledygrey says:

    I think it was Trump’s best full length interview since his inauguration. Jeanine Pirro handled it well.
    (I would love to see Jesse Waters do a long interview with him.)

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  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    I don’t care who they are. The President of the United States should not be interrupted.

    What President Trump has to say matters. Media people….not important. Press people shut-up and listen. Learn something. I would love to hear from the President UNINTERRUPTED!

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    • EV22 says:

      Agreed X 1,000+, Donna. We tune in to hear POTUS, not the judge. She should let him speak and finish his thought rather than her finishing what she thinks is his thought or just cutting him off.

      Their speed was also at odds. POTUS was speaking clearly and calmly and she was interrupting like a wild banshee.

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    • KTRL says:

      And people complain his statements in interviews are disjointed…I wonder why!

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Amen to that! Remember Barbara Bush scolding some reporter, I can’t remember exactly who, for speaking disrespectfully about her husband, who was President at the time? It was such a beautiful moment. She demanded respect for the Presidency – not necessarily for George – but for the fact that he was the President. All reporters would do well to keep this in mind, but that is probably a pipe dream….

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  11. psadie says:

    I understand that she knows the President personally for 30+ years but she forgets to be a “professional” when she interviews him…HE is the President of the World’s greatest country and HE deserves “respect.” Stop interrupting the man and let him speak because WE want to hear what he has to say. But from time to time he does go “off the rails” when he spoke about the press briefings and their TV ratings! Personally I don’t give a red rat’s pituty about the “ratings” for I care about what he is doing for the country because he is THE PRESIDENT. He achieved something that no one else ever has and he has made History.
    Mr. President please do the press briefings twice a month as you stated for it would be extremely entertaining and good for ratings. LOL….love you, Sir. MAGA.

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  12. SR says:

    Take press questions in advance and read answers in a written. Press briefing should be boring and too much technical. Make MSM hungry for news and provide the news to fake MSM and the people same time. MSM needs to die faster and advertisement companies too.

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  13. fleporeblog says:

    I watched the interview and realized that the Judge, who lives in NYC, just like myself is exposed to the negativity 24 hours a day. I hear it on the local news, when speaking with colleagues etc. The same is true in other blue states and areas. However, I am confident that isn’t the case in areas and states that our President won. I shared some incredible polling data from FL, OH and PA recently. Our President’s approval numbers in those 3 states are stronger today than on Election Day. That is all that matters to me!

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  14. rumpole2 says:

    #WanderingHillary

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  15. ALEX says:

    The interview was better as it went on, but the President should steal a tactic from democrats. He should go over the questions in advance and that would stop the interruptions…

    He is basically free wheeling and I like it, but he needs boundaries set…Sure sounds familiar to press briefings doesn’t it..

    I think we should also be honest about the quality of these news people…No one is a good interviewer anymore…It’s a real talent…He’s being interviewed mainly by personalities and not professionals…..Judge Jeanine to some extent interviewed herself….

    I’m glad to listen to him either way…Just like Liberty speech this morning…I’m not going to be a negative ninny…

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    • psadie says:

      Boundaries = “off the rails.” LOL.

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    • Weeper says:

      You’re not that at all Alex. Good post. We should all come here to post our feelings about things. PDJT is not a politician, a lawyer, or a spin-master. He just wants to talk, and you said it perfectly…..personalities not professionals are doing these interviews. I can’t comment because I haven’t seen it yet.

      Enjoyed your perspective ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    • WSB says:

      My taller half said PDJT referred to ‘Jerry’ too much at Liberty. Other than that, we both thought it was a wonderful conversations with a lot of bright new leaders!

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  16. Troublemaker says:

    I thought it was a great interview.

    I also loved the Jessie Watterson interview with Bobby Knight!!!!

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/5433268934001/?playlist_id=4607808626001#sp=show-clips

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  17. SharonKinDC says:

    I thought that some of the interruptions helped keep Trump on track. He’ll merge topics which can be confusing for those who aren’t used to his ‘free wheeling’ conversations. That said, I thought this was a good interview. As Tucker Carlson said, Trump is the most accessible POTUS in memory…and he gets zero credit for it from the MSM.

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  18. MVW says:

    Trump is unbeatable. Look, if this was scripted, he would come across as inauthentic and dishonest. People listen to the media narrative and compare it to an authentic man and come to the conclusion that the media is a pack of jackals and demons.

    The point of the interview is not to showcase accomplishments, it is to show that Trump is honest and battling demons and barking hyenas. He did that.

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  19. MfM says:

    I wonder why the cabinet room. They would have had to move the table and chairs to have that clear space. Isn’t there a more welcoming place? This seemed very sterile and contrived.

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  20. “undercover SCIF” for pre-interview chat?

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  21. CathyMAGA says:

    Sometimes, I just smile, chuckle, then pinch myself to be sure I’m not dreaming. Still amazed that WE DID IT!! He really IS our POTUS!! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  22. CathyMAGA says:

    I have said this on twitter, I’ll start it here; for Trump to win in 2020, each one of his voters needs to convert #justone new Trump voter. #justone would make him unbeatable. That’s 63 million, times two. I already flipped one, but am not done yet…
    #justone…

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  23. Mrs P says:

    I really wish that Judge Jeanine would stop wearing that stupid blue dress with the stupid shoulders….it’s 2017 not 1980.

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    • MfM says:

      I can think of many reasons why he got two scoops. It could be a way of indicating which was his for some reason. It could be low fat ice cream or frozen yogurt. It could be his was precisely measured for calorie counting and was two small scoops vs one large scoop that was actually bigger.

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      • Shadrach says:

        Maybe he just really likes ice-cream. I have to admit that all this ice-cream talk made me eat far more than 2 scoops yesterday :0

        Why does everyone assume that anyone else wanted more ice-cream than they got? Maybe they asked every person in the room, “chocolate or vanilla?” and he said “both” and everyone else chose one flavor. Or maybe the chef just likes him (have you ever gotten a bigger piece of pie without asking because the cook knows you like pie?)

        Press are crazy. I’m pretty sure if each person had requested a gallon of ice-cream at the table, they would have gotten it.

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    • That’s hilarious!

      “Is that enough yet, Sir” “No, more… many more.” lmao

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  24. Joe Knuckles says:

    Trump should call a press conference to clear up the “disturbing reports in the media”, then come out and confess to having 2 scoops of ice cream, accept full responsibility for it and apologize to the nation and walk away from the podium, ending the press conference with no questions.

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  25. andi lee says:

    Pete and Repeat:

    History repeated itself and nobody noticed. – Pete

    Great interview!

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  26. Sanj says:

    I stopped watching after 8 minutes because of the concern interruptions

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  27. gary says:

    Jeannine needs to soften her tone some, and not appear “hard-hitting” all the time. I remember when she wore the leather outfit a few months ago, and seemed like she forgot the whip and sex toys. You get the idea.

    Last night, she wore a great outfit and appeared someone softer, maybe she will read our comments and continue to make adjustments to appeal to the average American living in places other than NYC. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    She obviously cares about the president, and is offering good advice to him, but, Trump is president NOW, and she might have to treat him in more respectful tone on camera. Both Trump and her are trying to get out the message of all the great things Trump is doing, and Trump was trying to use this interview to get out the Message (and she was saying MSM is not getting out your message … and Trump knows that himself … so she should have just given him space to “share his message”, and LISTEN a little more. But she is very strong supporter of Trump, and her heart is in the right place.

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    • singingsoul says:

      gary says: “She obviously cares about the president, and is offering good advice to him, but, Trump is president NOW, and she might have to treat him in more respectful tone on camera. Both Trump and her are trying to get out the message of all the great things Trump is doing, and Trump was trying to use this interview to get out the Message (and she was saying MSM is not getting out your message”
      ————————————–
      “She obviously cares about the president”
      My answer yes she does but her concern and her caring needs to be done in private otherwise she sounds like his mother . She took on a condescending tone that she knows better than he. Just my observation but it got her browny points with those who like to tell President what to do and his detractors are smiling. This fits into the President is incompetent theme of the never Trump and liberals.
      Maybe I am to critical of the good Judge since she is loosing me.

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  28. DebbieUK says:

    Her frustration with the democrats and media showed. She understands the good the president is doing .She is a loyal Trump supporter.She also knows first hand how dirty and deep the swamp is.

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  29. Publius2016 says:

    President Trump said so many great things over 15 minutes and yet, the majority of the show was once again dedicated to fake news. The Judge should’ve done an interview about policy and she missed her chance. I think our President will do one more interview before his first trip oversees to put his vision in perspective. MAGA!

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  30. Peter says:

    I enjoyed this entire interview and thought the Judge was perfectly professional.

    Ray Kelly – trumpets here at CTH panicked about him – my eyes are open to him after this interview – a New York cop, like Rudy – in Schumers backyard – why not?

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  31. Tonawanda says:

    My favorite moment was when Trump referred to an unnamed president who sat in the Oval Office all day doing nothing.

    Who could Trump be talking about??????????

    Is there any human being who does not know?

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    • gary says:

      Bush? i can see him playing with the pen and other objects and playing darts. ๐Ÿ™‚

      … but you probably mean obama? right?

      he did stuff, but stuff that ruined our nation.

      …bush and obama are 2 sides of the same coin, both screwed up with country.

      Trump is doing stuff that is good for our country, and actually putting the business of running a country as top priority.

      Bush and Obama were stupid idiots, that messed up our country and ran it into the ground.

      No more bush and no more obama. Sorry, you gave me an opening when you asked us to figure out which president Trump was referring to. When campaigning he blasted both bush and obama. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  32. pageoturner says:

    Let’s recall the amazing number of things Trump has accomplished in a very short time in spite of an hostile propaganda media and uniparty swamp congress. Please add to this list and pass it on:

    Originalist supreme court justice

    Bringing back 1000s of jobs

    Gutted Obama regulations

    Ended war on coal

    Reduced illegal immigration

    Fighting back against sanctuary cities

    Drafted plan to defeat ISIS

    5-Year lobbying ban

    Sanctioned Iran over missile program

    Responded to Syriaโ€™s use of Chemical weapons

    Created task force to reduce crime

    Signed executive order to protect police officers

    Signed executive order to target drug cartels

    Poll โ€“ Trump still beats KILLARY if vote was held today, AND won the popular vote!

    This is with 91% negative comments from the main stream media!

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  33. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Hint to all interviewers of President Trump, especially to those claiming to be on his side to MAGA and aspire for him to get his message out:

    When you ask a question, close your mouth and let him give his complete answer without interrupting him, please!

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  34. Phil aka Felipe says:

    To: Judge Jeanine and everyone else worried about President Trump being able to get his message out and fear it may hurt him in the 2018 Mid-Term Congressional Elections.

    Did you not see the man in action in the 2016 Presidential Primaries and General Election?

    Remember him arriving at packed campaign rallies in the Trump Force One 757?

    Remember when he railed against the corrupt “all talk and no action” do-nothing politicians in Washington?

    Then what do you think it will be like when he pulls up in the Air Force One 747 as POTUS and highlights his achievements and those that have stood in the way of MAGA ?

    Those politicians that support Trump’s MAGA Agenda will get his help and endorsement.

    But, I pity the fools up for re-election that have been his nemesis.

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  35. golfmann says:

    Oh I’m sorry, did the middle of my sentence interrupt the beginning of yours?

    She’s TOO pushy for my likes

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  36. Michael says:

    IMHO an interview with POTUS should not be construed as conversation however …..

    “Conversation in the United States is a competitive exercise in which the first person to draw a breath is declared the listener.”

    โ€” James Nathan Miller
    โ€œThe Art of Intelligent Listeningโ€
    Readers Digest, vol 127, September 1965

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  37. mikeyboo says:

    Most of these “interviewers” are narcissists, far more interested in themselves than their subject. I am afraid Judge Janine is not at all immune from the “look at mmmeeeee syndrome”.

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  38. jonvil says:

    Out of control ego!!!
    It is hard to believe that this ‘friendly’ interviewer is so full of herself as to have the temerity to interrupt Donald Trump, PRESIDENT of the of the most powerful nation on earth.
    By the way Judge Jeanine, Mr Trump is doing just fine in getting his message out, that is why he was elected President!

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  39. mw says:

    Who in the heck does she think she is? Arrogant, rude, interrupting, talking over him, telling him what he should do. Lack of respect. Talking to him like he’s stupid. Difficult to listen to her.

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  40. ogzy says:

    Though I usually like Jeannine, I found her constant interruptions and her insistence that there be yet another Russian investigation irritating.

    This is the same woman that used to assure us (her Fox News show) that Comey represented the highest standards of ethical behavior.

    Love Jeanine, she’s a great personality, but….
    .

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  41. ogzy says:

    Though I usually like Jeannine, I found her constant interruptions and her insistence that there be yet another Russian investigation irritating.

    This is the same woman that used to assure us (her Fox News show) that Comey represented the highest standards of ethical behavior.

    Love Jeanine, she’s a great personality, but….
    .

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  42. Michael says:

    Most painful interview ever and could not watch it to the end. The president had done his best to move off the fake Russia connection but Jeanine would have none of that and at the same time asking the president of how he can get his accomplishments out. Well to start Jeanine you could have had a positive interview and spoken of his accomplishments and plans.Megan Kelly could have done a better interview and she dies not like him.

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