Judge Jeanine Pirro, a vocal ally of President Donald Trump on her Fox News program, admitted to TMZ that although the president makes statements she disagrees with, she isn’t bothered by his rhetoric because of how many wins he’s had during his tenure in the Oval Office.
In a promotional appearance following the release of her book “Liars, Leakers and Liberals,” Pirro said Donald Trump has been recorded making comments that she “didn’t like at all” — and appeared to allude to the “grab them by the p*ssy” comments that resurfaced during the leadup to the 2016 election.
Nevertheless, she said that she’s more interested in “talking about what he’s doing for the country.”
“In the end, every metric in this country is better,” the Fox News personality and former prosecutor said, adding that Trump is her friend and that she knows him better than most people.
Watch below via TMZ:
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