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we love her, i love her and i think she knows that. remember i'm watters and this is my world. [♪] judge jeanine: breaking tonight. president trump doing what he does best. firing up the crowd at a campaign rally in ohio wrapping just a short time ago. welcome to "justice." i'm jeanine pirro. thanks to all of you for making justice number one last weekend. we have a big show on deck with brand-new reaction to president trump's rousing speech. and my open is just moments away. but first, some highlights from the president's rousing rally in ohio in support of congressional candidate troy balderson running
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in tuesday's special election. take a look. president trump: they talk about the elite. ever see the elite? you are the elite. cheer[cheers and applause] you are smarter than they are. you make bigger incomes. you have got everything going. did you ever hear it? you go to the best schools, you do a tremendous job. you own companies. you work for tremendous salaries. you do all the things you do. you are talented with your hand and your mind. then you hear the elite just said. they are more elite than me? i'm better everything than they have, including this. [cheers and applause] and i became president and they didn't. meaning you became president. jim jordan. how great is he.
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courage. there is a brave, tough cookie, along with some of his friends. i didn't know he was going to be here. i looked over and said i don't want to wrestle him, he's tough. they are talking about this blue wave. i don't think so. i don't think so. maxine waters is leading the charge. maxine. she is a real beauty. maxine. a seriously low i.q. person. seriously. my wife, the first lady melania said the women really like you. they do like me. and i like them. but i said how did we win the women? we won the women. that was a surprise to a lot of people. but not if you have been to the rallies. look at all those pink posters.
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thank you. so the women's unemployment rate is not the lowest ever recorded. it's only the lowest level in 65 years. i'm sorry. 65 years. judge jeanine: more on the fiery rally and reaction to it throughout the show tonight. but now to my open. you know, there are no secrets anymore. the "new york times" which we all knew bent over backwards to lean left is now officially a leftist progressive socialist newspaper. there is no objective journalism anymore. it's a newspaper for a certain mindset only. they as much as admitted it this week. when? when their latest editorial board hire, sarah jeong, an asian woman, is outed for her you a case hating, male hating
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social media messages, the gray lady responds with a what difference does it make answer. and "the washington post" poo-poos the hate with this headline. is it okay to make fun of white people online be as this, f the police or we should kill all men is humerus. she has given deeper thought since she herself wrote a book about online harassment. ask yourselves if any of the following sound like comedy to you. cops are a-holes. why don't we ever talk about banning police. f the police. we should kill all the men. oh, man, it's kind of sick how much joy i get out of being cruel to old white men.
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or #cancelwhitepeople. f white women. we are not just talking about a writer for the "times." we are talking about an editorial board member, an esteemed and prestigious position at any newspaper. the editorial board is looked up to for direction by journalists. it's the citadel of the newspaper publishing world is now admitting to its own hypocrisy. by defending jeong they are saying it's okay to be racist if your target is white. and they are saying all the outcry is over old tweets. as if three years ago is old. and they say she's a young asian
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woman subject to online harassment. hating wietds or cops is oh -- hating wise or cops is okay if you say you have been harassed. but she says her comments were not aimed at the general audience. pray tell if saying f the police is about as general an audience as you can get. and someone who has a job at the "new york times" as a wordsmith should know the difference between a specific and a general audience it's specific when it's against one police officer. it's general if it's against all law enforcement and the whole group of them. you know, the bigotry is alarming. a few weeks ago the "new york times" goaded its readers in an editorial to fight the nomination of the latest supreme court nominee great kavanaugh. quote to take a line from the
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god father. it's time to go to the mattresses. really? the godfather? it's been a while since i saw "the godfather." but last i recall it meant one family was going to wipe out another. but you are not surprised. you already knew this, didn't you. i'm tired of being told not to believe our lying eyes when the truth is obvious whether it's peter strzok saying he hated and despised trump and would stop him becoming president, but it did not affect his work when he's the one who began counter-intelligence investigation against trump that we are still living with. or jeong's defenders saying there is no evidence her tweets had any bearing on her work. it appears the old gray lady has
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finally flipped her wig. time to go to the mattresses on a supreme court justice? really? here is my favorite quote from the godfather. we are going to make you an offer you can't refuse. stop your resistance. stop your obstruction. stop the hypocrisy and get on board with making america great again or get the hell out of the way. that's my open. if you love my opening statements, you will love my new book. the "new york times" number one best seller "liars, leakers, and liberals." president trump giving a fiery speech hitting on a number of topics while urging ohioans to vote for troy balderson in tuesday's state election. joining me is anthony
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scaramucci. good evening. >> congratulations on the book. i read it last week it's fabulous. god bless you. judge jeanine: the president tonight and you and i both know, he has energy from his audience that goes back and forth and i think he's at his strongest when in front of an audience like he was tonight. but when the democrats go forward in this special election tuesday. what are they going to say, the economy is rotten? we are not safe anymore? what are they going to say? >> i'm going back to your book. the playbook is republicans are racist and xenophobic. it's identity politics and politics of division. they can't argue the policies or the state of the economy or rising wages for the hispanic americans or african-american community. they try to divide and hit you
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with attacks. tonight the president was unleashing his vintage true self. it made me think back to two years ago back to the campaign. presidents don't get out on the campaign and rally people the way he is. he'll be so ready and so fresh for 2020 and right through the mid-term elections. it's a saturday night, he could be in bedminster relaxing. but he's in a 110 degree auditorium giving that kind of rousing speech. jesse: that's a great point -- judge jeanine: that's a great point. the man is a nonstop work. president trump: a vote for troims opponent is -- a vote for troy's opponent is a vote for open borders. they don't care about the crime, they don't care about your military and they don't care
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about your vets. the new platform of the democratic party is to abolish i.c.e. and not worry about crime. really? it doesn't work that way. judge jeanine: i don't know who wouldn't agree with that. >> it's a bad strategy for them. what happened is the president is a human wrecking ball for the democratic party and he set off the alarm bells on the far left. so all of these politicians that want to run tore president are -- run for president are racing towards the far left. i don't want to be a democratic strategist on your show. but it's the wrong strategy for them and they are playing into the president's hands. he speaks in common sense way to common people. when you listen to him speak like i did in wilkes-barre, pennsylvania, my hometown. my dad is from plains, 15
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minutes from scranton. i think these people relate to him. he's the blue collar billionaire president. he is able to tap into their joy. he's able to tap into their aspirations. the policies have been phenomenal. it will be hard to argue against what the president is putting on the table for every day average americans. judge jeanine: the gdp and the tariffs. the president said tonight, if we get the trade deficit down the gdf goes up. this your forte. he talked about the fact we rebuilt china with a $500 billion a year trade deficit. it's time we rebuilt our own country. everybody understands that. this whole thing with tariffs, they talk about the fact that it's not a good thing for
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america, they are going to hurt us. explain this to me. >> the president's position is the trade system since the end of world war ii has been unbalanced. the u.s. did that to help build the rest of the world after the defend sayings of world war ii. -- with the -- after the devastation of world war ii. the president's point is we rebuilt the world. we helped the chinese. they are the second largest economy. the world has to turn around and allow us to have a symmetrical trading system where it's free and fair trade where their tariffs come down. and if you are not going to bring your tariffs down, we'll raise our tariff to the meet your tariffs. what i liked about the strategy is it's finally getting people to the table. the president of the e.u. juncker was in town last week.
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i think the president will eventually get his way. i had two or through conversations with him about that. i'm from wall street and understand capital flows. i'm worried about the tariffs because it could change the psychology in the market. the president has such great momentum. 18 fantastic economic months. let's dial into this surgically with great precision so we don't blow the momentum and positive psychology in the economy. judge jeanine: before we go, he made it clear, he said we make a car and china taxes it 25% when it gets over there. they make a car and we charge them 2.5% which they don't pay. that's real simple to me. >> that's correct. if you sell a harley davidson in
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germy. if it's $100,000 here, it's $125,000 there. what i don't want to have happen. any of the great momentum he created for these workers he was talking to tonight. i don't want any of that to be deflated. but he's on course. i think what he did with juncker last week is a great sign of things to come. i predict lower tariffs and more free trade for the world. judge jeanine: anthony scaramucci thanks so much. more from president trump. charlie kirk from turning point u.s.a. are you ready to take your wifi to the next level?
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they talk about abe lincoln. honest abe. they say great things. judge jeanine: president trump saying some compare him to honest abe lincoln at tonight's alley. my next guest agrees and he knows how to rule up th -- knoww to rile up the left. his next movie "death of a nation" hits theater and the country this week. >> lincoln was elected to unite a nation and stop slavery. dem gnats feared him, went to war against him, assassinated him. the liberals, the people who wanted to improve society.
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judge jeanine: filmmaker and "new york times" best seller dinesh d'souza. i understand you have had some incredible premieres with distinguished guests at those premieres. how do you interpret what the president said tonight, based on your book, i actually read it, "death of a nation." >> we morph the head of lincoln and trump. this outrages a lot of people because they think how dare you compare trump and lincoln. on the face of it trump and lincoln temperamentally are quite different. lincoln is broogd, melancholy and philosophical. but there are situations that are similar. in 1860 an outsider republican candidate enters the race and wins it narrowly. the moment he's elected all hell
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breaks loose. the northern democrats openly call for his assassination. and the southern democrats are willing to break the country up rather than abide a lincoln presidency. here we are with an outsider trump who wins unexpectedly, and the democrats go nuts. here we are two years after the election. judge jeanine: and they are still nuts. >> the movie looks at fascism and race i'm to delegitimize trump. they say he's ineligible to be president even if people voted for him. judge jeanine: why is the issue of fascism so on the tips of everyone's tongues. >> where do you get the license
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in a democratic majority. the only amaly that works is -- the only analogy that works is hitler circa1923. if hitler were democratically elected we would agot it would be justified to use any means possible to get rid of them. the left is taking that logic based on saying he's a racist and white supremacist. so this poison is used to legitimize the left's violence and attempts to engineer a legal coup. our movie takes them at their word. we say let's look at farb i'm. -- look at fascism. let's look at the nazi 25-point agenda because they campaigned
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on that. state control of banks, state control of healthcare, state control of education. state control of religious liberty. no sane person can read this and say this is on the right. then i look at the fascism of the left today. the key movement of the nazis was the party is the state. and also using the state to neutralize your critics. judge jeanine: when the police are standing down in some cases that's neutralizing not just the critics. but it allows the left to go forward with illegal activity and the whole idea of shugd down free speech. vandalizing the property of anyone on the right. assaulting, creating a crowd as maxine waters calls it. >> mussolini has para military
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fighters called the black shirts. if you look at what's going on with antifa. they wear black and carry bats and beat up their opponents. these people call themselves anti-fascists but they look like and act like fascists. judge jeanine: thanks for being here and congratulations on your movie. charlie kirk is on deck. "justice" rolls on in just a moment. anita vogel.
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now back to "justice with judge jeanine." president trump: the unemployment rate for americans without a high school diploma. this just came out two days ago. i figure i might as we'll tell you because they won't say it. without a diploma, high school
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is at the lowest level ever recorded. how good is that. economic growth last quarter hit 4.1. you all know that. you all know this, too. remember i used to say they always voted democrat. the african-american unemployment rate has achieved the lowest level ever record in history. judge jeanine: president trump's speech in ohio covering a lot of ground. let's get to it with my political panel, former new york state assemblyman steve levy and chris hahn. gentlemen, steve, welcome to justice. let's start with the economy. unemployment of those with high school diplomas is at its lowest
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level ever record. how are you democrats going to counter that one? >> it's a good number. i don't begrudge it. i give the president some credit for it. it continues a trend started with obama. the unemployment was on its way down when the president took over. in 2014, president trump had two of his strongest gdp numbers right before the mid-term election. he still lost seats in the house and they lost control of the senate. those numbers while they will help a president get re-elected do not necessarily translate into congressional wins. congressional wins are about a lot of things. the economy kiss one of them, but it's not a driving force. >> it's great being at your book signing. thanks for signing my book it's an incredible read, by the way. looking at the last year of the
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obama administration we had a sluggish 1.6% growth rate. many were saying that's the new normal. it doesn't have to be. president trump came in and said we can do better. we'll cut taxes and we'll see what happens. look what happened. 4% growth in the last quarter. consumer confidence the highest level since the year 2000. unemployment 3.9%. the lowest level in 20 years. food stamps are down. judge jeanine: so, chris, what steve is saying is the facts are the facts. when you talk about 5.1 with obama and he still lost, that's got nothing do with it. it's really about sustainability. what the president and what steve are saying is we have all the factors here for the sustainability of the economy.
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and when the democrats say they are going to raise taxes, do you think that helps? >> i agree it's about sustain built. the president's total gdp is a small percentage point higher. judge jeanine: really? read my book. >> his entire 19-month presidency. the last 19 months of the obama presidency the economy created more jobs than the first 19 months of the trump presidency. those are the numbers, those are the facts. google it, look it up. judge jeanine: is that true, steve. >> president trump's administration is the only one since world war ii that did not have at least a 3% growth for a total year. the president right now is on pace to achieve 3% for the whole year. but look at the other numbers.
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manufacturing is booming. manufacturing is up to its highest level since 2007. construction jobs are way up. that in -- that inures to the benefit of the middle class. normally the party in power loses on those off years. there was an anomaly. 1998 with president clinton. he had a strong economy. if there is anything that can break that trend, it's the strong economy we are seeing today. >> there was another factor in 1998. the democrats overreached. judge jeanine: that's why clinton lost his law license. don't talk about overreaching.
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you want to go russia collusion, don't start with plea, chris. >> if we are going to talk about impeachment, we'll have a lot of impeachment. but democrats might be making the same mistake as republicans did in '98. there was an overreach there and the public reacted negatively. you might be seeing that this year as well which is why democratic leadership is trying to tell all its minions stop talking about impeachment because it can backfire. judge jeanine: chris? >> i agree. it would be a complete overreach to make impeachment the issue and an overreach to impeach unless there was something to impeach about. the democrats have to be careful or they will hand trump a 2020 victory. judge jeanine: chris, i'm going
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to keep a record of what you just said because i think you believe it. >> i do believe it. i always tell you what i believe. judge jeanine: steve levy, thank you for being on "justice." brandon straka of the walk away project is next. and charlie kirk will talk about and charlie kirk will talk about this week's most my name is jeff sheldon, and i'm the founder of ugmonk. before shipstation it was crazy. it's great when you see a hundred orders come in, a hundred orders come in, but then you realize i've got a hundred orders i have to ship out. shipstation streamlined that wh the order data, the weights of , everything is seamlessly put into shipstation, so when we print the shipping ll everything's pretty much done. it's so much easier so now, we're ready, bring on t. shipstation. the number one ch of online sellers. go to shipstation.com/tv
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judge jeanine: president trump continues to be a target in the mainstream media. take a listen to this one made
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about him after his thursday rally. >> there is no way that anyone who knows donald trump could watch him and not come away with a feeling that the president of the united states is completely unhinged and getting worse by the day. judge jeanine: that's just one of the most of outrageous things i have heard this week. joining me with more reaction to that, charlie kirk. there isn't any way anyone who knows donald trump unless they are bought in some way doesn't think he's totally unhinged. what's your reaction to that? >> i couldn't disagree more. and the american people disagree with that. he's getting more and more popular. here is the stunning thing about the trump presidency. despite unprecedented media backlash and targeting, he's going against historical trends. usually tho -- usually presidens
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get less popular in their first term. hispanic approval rating is up 10 points and african-american* approval is 29 points. judge jeanine: if somebody is unhinged with all the hits he's been taking. anybody would buckle and be in a corner. this guy is fighting the fight every day. he gets energy from this stuff. who benefits from it? we do. speaking of that. madonna is suggests donald trump motivate herd to move to portugal. it's a full screen. >> i felt like we needed a change and i wanted to get out of america for a minute. as you know, this is not
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america's finest hour, not that leaving america makes anything different or changes anything. >> we as conservatives remain loyal and patriotic no matter who is president of the united states. liberals base their love or lack of love of america based upon whether their team member is president of the united states. when obama was president i was just as loyal and committed as an american as i am today. we believe in our history, heritage and people. liberals like madonna dismiss america if there is a republican in the white house. are you thankful to be an american or are you angry to be an american. many liberals are angry when we should be pouring out our gratitude. judge jeanine: people who hate america so much should rethink
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their address. kathy griffin. she is always good for outrageous. this tweet. trump and his administration are the enemy of the american people. charlie? >> the president is the ally and the friend of the american people. let's add some context for viewers at home. kathy griffin about a year ago posted a picture with a decapitated head of the president of the united states and then tried to play the victim 48 hours later that everyone was going after her. imagine for a second a conservative did that horrific stunt with barack obama's head. they would be investigated by the secret service. judge jeanine: they would be taken out in cuffs. >> exactly with a hate crime. we keep on saying the left are losing their minds. trump is the ally of the
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american people. the liberal elite, the more they talk, the more popular trump gets. unlike other historical trend, donald trump is getting more popular with time and we are just getting started. judge jeanine: the whole idea of the lowest unemployment ever for people with high school diplomas. with high school diplomas. it's across the board, this positive economy. charlie kirk, thank you for being us tonight. he walked away from the left and he walked right into justice. the walkaway campaign founder is with us with an update o
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president trump: you have great people. you work hard, you pay your taxes. you do all these things and you were forgotten. they forgot about you. and you are the smartest people. you know when what when they talk about the elite. did you ever see the elite? they are not elite. you are the elite. judge jeanine: that's president
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trump with quite the speech tonight at his rally. my next guest is the founder of the #walk away campaign. he urges people to leave liberalism which he says has become too intolerant. brandon straka joins me. the last time you were here you were on your way to the u.k. and had just become a hit with your documentation of all of the hysteria on the left and the lying hysteria. what's happened since then? >> a lot has happened. the walkaway campaign has continued to grow. it's had an amazing impact. people are putting out their testimonials and it's growing like wildfires, especially in the minority community which i love to see. judge jeanine: the testimonials. do they attest to things that happened to them or what they
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see as untrue or fake? >> it's a combination of all these things. we see and hear the stories every day about violence, vandalism and petty and destructive behavior. even in people's personal lives. they are being cut off by their siblings and best friends or saying i support the president. they are losing their jobs. it's crazy. judge jeanine: it's even worse than that. the president's star on the hollywood walk of fame as well as the cabinet member's boat as well as cabinet members being thrown out of restaurants and grossy stores. i had my own issue with being basically thrown off a set on out of a building. >> i heard about that. judge jeanine: this intolerance. do people not understand how un-american that is? >> we have gone beyond
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anti-trump. it's play and thely anti-american -- it's blatantly antiamerican. conservatives stood by as they watched the erosion of american ideals under the obama administration. we didn't see anything like this. i was a liberal at that time. i was a obama supporter. i did not see people on the right behaving this way. judge jeanine: what is it you saw on the left that caused you, you are a liberal, you are gay, talk to me, why? and to step out. a lot of people who stepped out, they get in a lot of trouble with the left. >> i think the left has done a successful job in pushing this narrative of victimhood and oppressors. for many of us on the left myself included, we bought into it. i became a liberal because i'm against racism. judge jeanine: we are all against racism. >> right. but i didn't know that. the common idea is people on the
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right hate hispanic and gay people, hate hate hate hate hate. this is what we hear over and over again. but when the lightbulb came on in my head, i said i'm here because i'm against all these things, but you guys hate white people and straight people and you hate men. judge jeanine: sarah jeong, the woman from the "new york times," and the "new york times" dug up their heels in. she hates whites, she hates men. the excuse and the "times" bought it, she said i feel like i have been harassed. >> this is how liberal ideology gets ingrained in our culture through our education system and the media. roseanne lost her show. lost her show. but the "new york times" is standing by this woman.
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by the way, these tweets go back to 2013. this is five years of virulently racist tweets. they are standing by her because they say she is an asian-american woman so by default she is a victim of racism. the white people she made the tweets about, they deserve it. judge jeanine: when you say five years, the "new york times" says they are old tweets. 2015 is old? what are you up to next. >> we have big things planned for the walkaway campaign. i would like to you have me back on your show so i can announce it. judge jeanine: that's a good tease. we'll be right back, everybody. welcome! hi there. so, what do you look for in a vehicle? sleek designs. performance. dependability is top on my list.
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judge jeanine: finally, tonight a big thank you to all of you who bought my number one bestseller. if you don't have your copy yet, run, don't walk to order it right now on amazon, barnes & noble or any bookstore. plus, you get to friend me on facebook, follow me on twitter or instagram. let me know your thoughts on the show in the book. thank you for watching. i'm jeanine pirro and thanks so much. i'm advocating for truth, justice and the american way.
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