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In her Opening Statement, Judge Jeanine Pirro criticized Hillary Clinton for attacking President Trump on Twitter.

Clinton said "the Russians are still coming" and that Trump appears to be doing nothing about that while "intelligence professionals are imploring [him] to act."

"Will he continue to ignore and surrender - or protect our country?" Clinton asked.

Pirro said Clinton was showing rank hypocrisy with the statement, calling the former first lady "even dumber than I thought."

She said Clinton couldn't even know for sure if Trump is not acting against the Russian threat, saying the 2016 Democratic candidate no longer has the security clearance to know such things.

In her tweet, Clinton linked to a story about NSA Director Adm. Mike Rogers, and Pirro said Rogers confirmed that Trump is indeed taking defensive steps against Russian interference.

Pirro said Clinton was being hypocritical because she and her husband allegedly sold a sizable stake in American Uranium to Russians.

She added that Clinton also stood by as then-President Obama was caught telling then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev that he will be "more flexible" to Vladimir Putin's demands after "my last election [in 2012]."

"Who do you think you're kidding? Unlike you and Bill, Donald Trump can't be bought," Pirro said, referring explicitly to a large payment the Clinton administration made to the North Korean regime of Kim Jong Il.

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