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Judge Jeanine: Trump’s ‘America First’ Foreign Policy ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’

During Saturday’s broadcast of  “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” on the Fox News Channel, host Judge Jeanine Pirro defended GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s “America first” foreign policy, calling it “a breath of fresh air” during her Opening Statement.

“[E]veryone wants to moan and complain about Donald Trump, when he says he wants to make America first. They say it’s racist, it’s not fair, it’s unashamedly about US doing less, and it’s just wrong. Take a look at these headlines the day after his speech. What’s wrong with America first? To me, America first is a breath of fresh air, and exactly what this country needs. Don’t these people live here? Do they prefer Barack Obama, [and] Hillary Clinton’s world view where the first thing you do as president is go to Cairo, have the White House load the place with members of the Muslim Brotherhood, and give an apologist speech? You like that better? Go live there!” Pirro proclaimed.

Pirro later added, “Trump’s America first is not isolationist. Should we go with Hillary Clinton’s intervention, the one that overthrew Gaddafi in Libya, teeing up the murder of an American ambassador and three other Americans? Stop telling us who to believe, what to believe, and what’s best for us. We’re voting in record numbers for the man who is the biggest vote-getter in American primary history. Since you screwed it up, you can’t figure it out, and you’ve made a laughingstock of this great nation, just shut up and go away. We’ll take it from here.”

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