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Judge Jeanine on The Clintons: Believe ‘Nothing That They Say!’

Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” host Jeanine Pirro criticized former President Bill Clinton and his wife current presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as they await a response to the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server while secretary of state.

Judge Jeanine, noting the many controversies surrounding the two, including Bill Clinton’s tarmac meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch in Phoenix last, said the Clintons cannot be trusted.

“There is no way Bill Clinton is entitled to a presumption of truthfulness,” Pirro stated. “His talking to the Attorney General when he himself might be a target or at least a witness in a worldwide money laundering operation called the Clinton Foundation parading as a not-for-profit charity would be bad enough if we had reason to believe they were saying the truth, but with Bill Clinton there can be no presumption of truthfulness. There is evidence to the contrary. Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice. He escaped indictments by accepting a penalty short of criminal conviction including an unequivocal admission of lying under oath by surrendering his law license. As a result, he was disbarred.”

She continued, “Hillary Clinton has been investigated for everything from the Rose Law Firm to Whitewater to cattle futures, to missing files, travel-gate, etc. So, what should Americans reasonably believe? Nothing that they say! The Clintons repeatedly violate our standard of truthfulness and honesty. So, should these people be trusted to run our country? Should Hillary Clinton be trusted to run for president of the United States? Should the Clintons be trusted to go back into the White House? The answer is positively, absolutely, undeniably, unquestionably no!”

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