The Democratic Party is refusing to accept what took place on Election Day and is risking its future as a party with its current leadership, Judge Jeanine Pirro said this morning. 

Pirro joined the hosts of "Fox & Friends" to give her take on what transpired at a post-election Harvard forum where President-elect Donald Trump's senior advisor Kellyanne Conway got into a heated argument with Clinton campaign aides.

"I would rather lose than win the way you guys did," Jennifer Palmieri, former Clinton communications director, told Conway, accusing the Trump campaign of providing a platform for white supremacists.

Pirro dismissed the argument that Trump won by appealing to white supremacists.

"We had a terrific candidate and they had a candidate who should have been indicted 86 times. ... We've got a Democratic Party that cannot come to grips with what has happened," she argued. 

Pirro said now the party is going down the same path by re-electing Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader. She also pointed out that one of the top contenders to take over the DNC, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), once called for a separate country for black Americans.

"With Keith Ellison and Nancy Pelosi, they don't have a future," she said, targeting Dems for creating a "Pravda-like narrative" that Trump's supporters are racist, evil people. 

Watch her full remarks above and don't miss Justice, Saturday nights at 9pm ET on Fox News Channel. On tomorrow's show, Judge Pirro will have a new "Street Justice" and talk to Trump's incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus.


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