In advance of her interview with President Trump airing Saturday at 9 PM ET on "Justice," Judge Jeanine Pirro said the press is over-scrutinizing the commander-in-chief's words.

"He cannot speak and his staff cannot without someone going through with a fine-toothed comb," Pirro said. 

Pirro added that part of the discrepancy between the president's words and that of his press secretaries could be due to the speed at which things move in the Trump White House.


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She suggested that Trump himself host White House briefings about every two weeks - that way, the press gets the word right from his mouth and he is able to control the forum completely.

Sean Hannity added that Trump can reach more people than the press through his active Twitter feed.

"All of this lunacy is the result of [Trump] working hard delivering his agenda," Pirro said.

Watch the full discussion above.


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