Judge Jeanine Pirro weighed in on President Donald Trump's widely-praised address to Congress, saying he brought a new "tone" to what he's been talking about since he started his campaign. 

"It's the tone and the presentation and it was presidential," she said on "Outnumbered."

The "Justice" host said she believes Trump was trying to show Americans that he is "fair, rational and just," including by condemning recent threats against Jewish centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries.

Trump, who has noticeably tweeted less in recent days, wrote a simple message to his followers this morning.

Pirro applauded Trump for also expressing support for paid family leave and a possible immigration compromise and calling education the "civil rights issue of our time."

"I think he co-opted a lot of this stuff from the Democrats," she explained.

Pirro said she believes the address will go a long way toward convincing Americans that the president shares their "agenda" for the country. 

Watch the discussion above and don't miss Judge Jeanine each Saturday night at 9pm ET on "Justice."


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