Fiery Judge Jeanine: Obama's Legacy Will Be Summed Up with One Word ... 'Weak!'
"Weak" will be the word used to describe President Obama's legacy, Judge Jeanine Pirro said today in response to the latest terror massacre.
Pirro was on Fox and Friends to discuss what the world must do to combat radical Islamic terror after a man plowed a box truck through a crowd in Nice, southern France, killing at least 84 people.
She argued that the problem begins at the top, with a lack of leadership from the President of the United States, whom she called an "apologist" for America.
Pirro said Obama has allowed ISIS to grow and strengthen after calling them the "JV team" a few years ago.
Steve Doocy asked what the president's legacy will be following the recent spate of terror attacks in Europe, in Orlando and in San Bernardino.
"Weak! One word: weak. Not connected. ... He doesn't have a plan, he doesn't have a policy. He should be in academia," she said.
Pirro said ISIS is in the United States and we must declare war, consider surveillance of mosques and make sure imams are not radicalizing inmates in jails.
"They just want to kill us. How dumb are we?! Newt is right, we're sheep saying 'why are the wolves killing us?' Or [saying] 'be nice to the wolves, not all wolves are bad.' Baloney!"
Watch the full discussion above and tune in Saturday night at 9:00 ET on Fox News for more from Judge Pirro on Justice, LIVE from the RNC in Cleveland. Guests include Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) and Amb. John Bolton.