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she is out of the woods but in the weeds when it comes to her long list of excuses. hillary, i have some justice for you. street justice that is. >> i any she should go back in the woods. judge jeanine: the rest of you get out of the woods. justice starts now. judge jeanine: welcome to "justice," i'm judge jeanine pirro. first my opening statement. she is back. so hillary clinton comes out of the woods in her first one-on-one interview since the presidency was stolen from her because of the russians, wikileaks, comey, the f.b.i. and of course misogyny. and in a moment of temporary madness she harkens back to
november all dreamy eyed saying she would be our president only if the election were held on that day. hillary, snap out of this. you were a two-time loser who lost because were a lousy candidate. you didn't have a message. you lied every time you opened your mouth. you put our national security at risk with your amateur email setup. you were in a foundation that was an organized criminal end prize and there was a billion dollars from the state department when you left. and i could go on and on but i don't have the time. so stop with the poor me, nonsense. we had it with you clintons. the two of you haven't followed the rules since the day you both showed up in your bell bottoms
in arkansas. but no, you think you were robbed. what's that? you say you took absolute personal responsibility? so stop there instead of blaming everyone. the truth is you are damn lucky jimcomby didn't recommend you be prosecuted. even democratic senator blumenthal is calling for a special investigator to investigate your favorite sidekick, huma abedin. and you say it's a painful process, reliving the campaign. think about the rest of us. we had to watch you have go from one lie to the next, and i still haven't changed. you still can't open your youth without spewing a lie. >> i was waiting for the moment when one of the people asking the questions would have said,
well, so, exactly how are you going to create more jobs? judge jeanine: did you lose your mind you? were asked that. >> why are you a better choice than our oh own don't create the kinds of jobs that will put more money into the pockets of american workers. >> now, you wants to raise money to funltds re-distance. what are you resisting? you are nothing more than a store loser in a imrairt that can't figure out who's on first. if you want to raise money, why not bring back the clinton foundation you? raised $2 billion there. but you should it down because the money wasn't coming in anymore. you were out of power. so why would anyone want to give you have money? i have an idea, hillary. why don't you go back to your roots. fighting for women and children
as you allege you did. you put a pedophile against a young child and your history with women was more about destroying them than building them. you are good at raising money. hillary, for a goavment flowee, you have seem to have a real afinnity tore raising cash. >> when you are collect 100s of millions of dollars to re-build haiti. and you give less than 10% directly to people in need. >> the clintons shy jack the government initiative. >> the best thing they can do for the next week to 10 days is send cash. even if it's $5 to $10. even if it's a dollar or $2. send it to this website and i will give the cash to those people immediately. >> please if you can contribute.
$10 will be build to your cell phone and it's helping us get food, water, the medical supplies that we need. judge jeanine: money and you together is a dangerous thing. you have little to show for its, especially in haiti. money is enticing, though, isn't it? be careful, hillary. be very, very careful. you pulled the wool over jim comey's eyes once and you got the president some say you are a nice lady. don't be so sure you are going to get away with your new game. you are a loser, hillary. face it. face it and get back in the woods. the yours truly, an irredeemable deplorable. tell me what you think on my fab
* page and twitter judge jeanine. welcome, kellyanne. am i right or wrong? >> you are certainly feisty. hillary clinton lost to a superior candidate who connected with people. in one state that had been blue more decades. this is the first time a rough won wisconsin since 1994. hillary never returned to the state from the democratic convention to election day. judge jeanine: i love your tweet. >> if people think we can't get past the campaign. he's in the white house.
he had job numbers. 211,000 new jobs reported. took a step towards repealing and replacing obamacare and showing his house and senate can work together. he has had bilateral meetings. school choice in d.c. payments towards the the democrats didn't get what they wanted to see. so he had a big week. her problems did not happen on october 28, 2016. her problems started june 16, 2016. she had a chance to find a message. what this man did over 2,600 counties. he flipped 200-plus counties that went for obama in 2012 and
trump in 2016. he won six states president obama won. i went on tv every day saying how we were going to win. you look at the 60s states, the obama state, wisconsin, pennsylvania, ohio, florida, michigan and pennsylvania-iowa. those six state, she never cracked 50% and stay there. judge jeanine: we don't even need to go there. she just needs to stop it. when you lose an election you stop and move on. >> we are in the white house and we don't like talking about it. reneed to remind ourselves just how stunning a defeat it was. people are annoyed she is back in the scene. it's a tax reminder the
democrats have no game. tom perez is there the head of the dnc chair. is it hillary clinton who won't go away and saying she is going to start a political action committee. judge jeanine: why would people give this woman money? >> i'm not sure they will. this party needs to fill their bench. they have a very thin bench. name a democratic governor you think is viable for president. name a centrist regional moderate democrat. the president couldn't get a single vote on healthcare. they are myopic and not reasonable. this is the thing i want to tell you. the republican party is working together. the white house, the house, the senate, the state legislatures. the democratic party is a
collection of ad hoc protesters. they left you a their garbage behind in washington, d.c. when they were protesting. there is no cohesive or coherent message. the message can't be you are terrible, we are not you. judge jeanine: how did the president get the freedom caucus, the tuesday group to come together and what are the chances of this passing in the senate or is the senate going to start all over? >> in a word, leadership. the president showed patience and vigilance. he worked the phones. they held personal meetings. he asked, what will get you to yes? he's always open to other people's ideas and inputs.
there are dozens of numbers who don't belong to the freedom caucus or the tuesday group. this an ideologically diverse party. the republicans have members who represent strong democratic districts hillary won. he's a deal maker. and ahas been forging great personal relationships. judge jeanine: how long do you think it will take for the senate to come together. >> leader mcconnell and the president have a great relationship and they speak regularly. the senate started working on their bill before the house even passed their version. everyone knows this will take some time and we know obamacare will no longer be the law of the land. deductibles went up in 41 states in some places. judge jeanine: what do you say
to people who say 24 million will lose insurance. that's not true. i wish the newscasters would report the news and not try to prognosticate. there is $8 billion on top of $100 billion. those who don't have continuous coverage, and the states that opt out. there are different layers of protection. it enables the more moderate numbers to come over.
judge jeanine: thanks so much for being with us this evening. joining me to talk about hillary clinton's emergence from the woods and her resistance pack dinesh d sousa. what i would like to find out from you, having written "hillary's america" and produced it.
do you feel when you see her coming back, that she's looking to recreate "hillary's america" again? and what are the chances of that? >> you are dealing with characters who have no ability to change and innovate. they are now what they always have been. with hillary, she represents a kind of unification of two strains in the democratic party. one is the gang sister strain. piling on the money. using the government as a weapon against your opponent. feathering your nest. on the other side the ideological socialist strain that seeks to centralize power. when she was in the government she was able to draw money because she could both intimidate her opponents and also offer carrots to foreign governments and foreign
entities. judge jeanine: she doesn't have that power anymore. >> exactly. that's why i think her reentry into politics is so intriguing. she won't be able to cajole money out of people who will be reluctant to give. judge jeanine: if tom perez is not stepping up to the plate or getting booed by the bernie sanders supporters, and bernie sanders should call himself a socialist, he doesn't think he's a democrat. is there a vacuum so hillary does come back? >> i think hillary and obama have become huge hill stones for the democratic party. you can see the debris the democratic party generated. the loss of governorships and the rout of the house and senate. they are planning on conning their hard-core supporters that
they remain the totem of the party and the leftist cause. judge jeanine: if she doesn't have access to sell and doesn't have the ability to do any of the stuff she did when she was in power. do you think the american people are sucker enough to give her money? >> i don't think the american people are. the real question is can she tap into the large engines of money and power on the left. the left has been routed from the government. but they remain dominant in academia and media and hollywood. there is cultural power and a great deal of money, george soros and so on. so can the children tons still have their greasy magic to get money out of those people? judge jeanine: i would suspect given the women who are marching on the day after the
inauguration, you ask what you are marching for or against, it's a generic we are not happy, let's get behind her. but let's talk about socialism. venezuela. the protests in venezuela and what is happening over there because people are revolting because they want food and they want medical care. do you see a connection between the message of hugo chavez. his ability to raise money and the trauma going on in venezuela now? >> my wife is from venezuela, so i learned a lot about that country through her. the truth of it is venezuela represents a realization of everything bernie sanders and elizabeth warren talk about. they want to bring the top 1% to heel, they have done that in venezuela. and the bottom line is that a once prosperous oil rich country
has been reduced to starvation and ruin. when hugo chavez died his net worth was $1 billion. sow oh was a -- so he was a gangster using government power to accumulate a great deal of private wealth for himself. judge jeanine: thanks so much for all you have done. and pollster lee wear the is on deck. but next president trump uses a national day of prayer to reach out to americans of faith. one of the most prom in the members of that community will talk about this week's important executive order. he's with us next. later. >> still in the woods, the desert. i don't want to hear about her anymore. judge jeanine: hillary is out of the woods, should she go back?
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liberty in america. just this week president trump signed an executive order for this freedom. joining me is jerry falwell, jr. this week in the rose garden on the national day of prayer, the president signed an executive order following through with his pledge that he was going to put own end to any discrimination against religion in terms of the political candidates and the ability of some of the churches to be able to state what their positions are. how big a deal is this? >> it's a huge deal and it was all his idea it was one of the first issues he mentioned to knee when i met him early in the campaign. it proves's a man of his word an followed through. it's sow brilliant how he did it. he didn't just repeal the johnson amendment, it would have required congress.
it would have made universities, non-profit, and it would have made them susceptible to political action committees. the johnson amendment has been used since the 50s to bully and intimidate patsr pass towards and leaders of non-profits to not speak their niernld and it's un-american. donald trump was the first president in decades that came up with the idea of getting rid of it it was his idea 100%, and i'm so proid's my president. judge jeanine: what do you say to people who say the pulpit shouldn't be about politics, it should be consistent with desieb sameship? soap:jesus made it clear, surrender into ceasar the things
that are ceasar and town god that are god'srs. he was not a socialist, he never said to joat vote for someone who is going to take money from your neighbor and give it to the poor. he said it's our job to help the poor. thomas jefferson, the whole idea that the accepted racial of church and state from -- the separation of church and state means church leaders should not have a voice is a bastardization of what tom as jefferson believed. virginia was a colony and every citizen had to be a member of the anglican church. and the king appointed the archbishop of the church. the church used the money to buy all the land in virginia. after the revolution thomas jefferson put laws in place to
keep the government from controlling the church. it was not to keep the church out of government affairs, it was to keep government from controlling religion. if the warren court the liberal early warren court some how made up some new doctrine of separation of church and state that did not come from our foirnlsd. jeef suls stawt we should be good citizens to participate in the public process and be charitable in our private lives and help those in need. judge jeanine: you are saying this is the opposite of what peop accusing this executive order of doing. the truth is, it is giving churches the protection of first amendment speech and making sure the government doesn't control what the church does as it did as you referenced many, many years ago. >> that's right. it gives nonprofit if free
political speech. it gives us a right to take a position upon what candidates should be elected, opposed which ones shouldn't be. but it does not allow us to spend our money to promote candidates. that's a perfect balance and i'm so proud of the president forecrafting this. judge jeanine: i was so proud to see the president calling up the little sisters of the poor who went through so much from the obama administration and eric holder dragging them up to the the united states supreme court. that case is still -- he could have overturned that particular employer mandate. but what he did was, he directed the head of health and human services to remove at some point the requirement that people of religious beliefs be required to provide the contraceptive mandate. >> i think most of the laws that require religious organizations
to hire people that's against their conscience are state and local laws. i don't think he could have signed an executive order that would eliminate those bad laws from places like california. that's something that people who live from have to deal with. but he did all he could in an executive order. he restored the free speech rights of non-profits, churches, universities. it many funny, the johnson amendment was never used against the ivy league schools when they supported one candidate over the other. now it levels the playing field. judge jeanine: jerry fall well, jr., thanks for being here. hillary is back in the news. that's ahead. next, we'll talk about the afore aforementioned presidential election.
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of other interesting things, and i think that's what hillary clinton will do. judge jeanine: why is she saying she'll be in charge resistance and raise money? this woman thinks she should be in charge again. >> she is saying she'll be part of the resistance. she has a lot to add to the public debate. she has demonstrated leadership capability. she can add to the rhetoric and description of why president trump is not the right president for the country right now and is not leading us in the right direction. but she won't be the leader of the democratic party. judge jeanine: can the public believe what she says? matt: i have a big smile on my face. i feel she has so many people to blame for her loss. she gets paid to give these speeches where she seems to be
untethered from reality in her own failure. but you said it better at the beginning of your show. judge jeanine: let's talk about healthcare. matt, i'll start with you. preexisting conditions, that seemed to be a stickler for the freedom caucus on the right and the tuesday group. kellyanne conway says it's about leadership and about the president being involved. why all of a sudden are preexisting illnesses okay, and then the bill? >> i think there has been a whole conversation throughout the he election. what do republicans believe on healthcare. donald trump stepped into that conversation and said i want to make sure preexisting conditions are covered. judge jeanine: how did he convince the freedom caucus to include preexisting conditions? >> he said i'll gift governors
of states the ability to opt out of certain essential benefitsen other mandates. but they will have to demonstrate the need not president of the united states that they have a way to take care of those with preexisting conditions. there is $108 billion in refundable tax credit to make sure people can purpose health insurance. judge jeanine: i think we have some sound from nancy pelosi. let's run it, take a listen. >> trump care destroys protections for preexisting conditions and not only that, it guts essential health benefits such asthma turnity care, pre2345eu9al and prescription drugs and emergency coverage. this goes on and on. judge jeanine: kellyanne conway says preexisting conditions are covered.
what is nancy talking about. david: preexisting conditions are not covered by this house bill. they give the states the right not to cover people with preexisting conditions. if you live in a state you are potentially in a position -- let me finish -- judge jeanine: you said you potentially are out. not that you are out. david: states are a choice to eliminate the mandate that you have to cover people with preexisting conditions. matt: that's not true. david: that's what the house did. that's what the house did. i think the senate is going to take up its own bill and it's not going to do the same thing as the house. it will try to protect people with preexisting conditions. the polling suggests the american people want preexisting conditions covered.
judge jeanine: matt, david says potentially it can be re-removed and eliminated. what do you say to that. matt: what david is confused at. this bill gives governors in states more flexibility about the insurance options for those folks with preexisting conditions. judge jeanine: what does that mean? matt: it means there is not a one size fits all way to take care of folks with preexisting conditions. the states are allowed just like governor walker has done with welfare. he has to couple his own system. and he has to demonstrate that those people will be covered. to say they are not going to be covered is simply untrue. judge jeanine: david, you can't deny everything is a mess and the insurance companies are opting out of the exchanges, premiums are so high people can't afford them. david: you were right to ask matt what does that mean?
preexisting conditions do not have to be covered in many states. they will not be covered. the senate will get a better bill out. judge jeanine: thank you. your weekly dose of street justice is straight ahead. next, will this week's huge win for the gop provide a big boost for the president? pollster lee carter is standing by with some answers. justice rolls on in new bike? yeah, 'cause i got allstate. if you total your new bike, they replace it with a brand new one. that's cool. i got a new helmet. we know steve. it's good to be in (good hands). yet up 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more. add one a day men's complete with key nutrients we may need. plus heart-health support with b vitamins.
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pollster lee carter joins me to weigh in. you may have just heard the back and forth with the panel on the issue of preexisting conditions. what about preexisting conditions? are we now living in a country where people believe that healthcare is a matter of right? it is something we are entitled to? it is something the government should be paying for? lee: that narrative that healthcare is a right has taken hold. we are seeing the numbers on healthcare reform favor the democrats. because they have taken the narrative about preexisting conditions man make it seem like republicans said they are not going to be covered. and as matt said that's not what happened. i think it's an important distinction. but the democrats have done a good job owning if the
narrative. judge jeanine: if the president put a billion into the issue. why is it not something the republicans are able to take hold of the narrative? you have the house and senate. why? lee: there is no reason why they shouldn't be able to own the narrative. nancy pelosi send out her five talking points. and those messages have been on repeat since friday. republicans were excited to get the bill passed. but they didn't get it passed with the support of what was involved tonight. starting tomorrow morning they need to get out there and say there are three things people need to know why this is better for the american people. so much of what people believe is what's covered in the mainstream media. and what is not being covered is the republican talking points.
judge jeanine: with this issue of the senate being able to start from scratch. do you think that given you have got portman on one ends. rand paul on another end. what do you think the chances are of preexisting conditions staying in the bill in the senate? >> i think there is a good chance they will city in the bill in the senate. that was one of the promises that was made. i think that's what the american people want. if we are going to see a big boost of supports for donald trump it would come down to that it's something that will go a long way to the support of the president and the republican senate. judge jeanine: we have a strong jobs report. we also have got stocks are up. we have record closing in
standard and poor's and nasdaq. how is the president doing in terms of coal? lee: he had a rough start. starting in syria and continuing this week with healthcare. we are seeing a stabilization in his numbers. they are not high. but it looks like he's in a good place right now to move things forward, especiallyf with tax reform going forward. one thing i thought was fascinating as i was looking through the numbers today. when you look at registered and likely voters who just voted in the last election. they are more likely to approve it's up to 5 to 6 points they are approvalling of him more than just average americans. when we are look at polling numbers. it's important you look at the kinds of people the they are
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judge jeanine: welcome back to "justice." you remember the pictures, hillary clinton spot walking through the woods in the months after her brutal loss to donald trump, reflect on what went wrong. now she found her way out. and of course back in front cameras. and she is blaming everyone else for her epic loss. should she stay in the spotlight or go back to the woods? it's tonight's trees tonight's e with judge jeanine." >> should she help with the democratic party or go back in the woods? >> go back in the woods. she had her moment in the
sunlight, it's time for someone else to take the torch. judge jeanine: she wants to be part of the resistance. >> she should get out there. she has been in politics all her life. we don't want to see her go away. judge jeanine: should she in the resistance or stay in the woods. >> in the woods. >> in the woods. >> stay in the woods. i don't think her credentials are sow great. i think -- so so great. she has given us a lot of food for thought whether we want her in our lives or not. judge jeanine: should she stay in the woods? >> as long as she gets the trump guy out of office. i don't want to hear about her anymore. >> she should go back in the woods. she had her chance. she put her platform out and the democratic party didn't respond. how long are you going rejournal
8 the same thing? d regurgitate the same thing? >> she should stay in the woods. >> if you are going to do something, do it. or whatever. she had her chance and it's over. >> what is she doing? it's over for her. it's been over for her. she is not helping. judge jeanine: is she helping the democratic party or should she go back in the woods? >> go back in the woods. too many years she didn't win. judge jeanine: she should go in the woods with or without the dog. >> with the dog. >> we are republicans and it would be like kobe going in and having no one against him.
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