This week on Justice, Judge Jeanine Pirro said there is a double standard when it comes to criminal accountability for Americans: one for everyday folks, and another for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her allies.
Stories from Justice With Judge Jeanine
On Saturday, Judge Jeanine Pirro was joined by three women who have accused the Clintons of misconduct:
If Hillary Clinton is elected president in November, she will be able to choose as many as four Supreme Court justices--one to fill Antonin Scalia's vacancy, and others to replace likely retirees on the aging panel, Judge Jeanine Pirro said in her Opening Statement.
"What’s more offensive? Words or actions?" Judge Jeanine Pirro asked in her 'Opening Statement' on Saturday.
Retired neurosurgeon and former Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson recalled what it was like to share a debate stage with Donald Trump, as Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will Monday on Long Island.
In her Opening Statement last night, Judge Jeanine Pirro gave both presidential candidates advice on how to approach their first presidential debate.
As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump enter the final stretch before their first debate, Judge Jeanine Pirro asked Trump Organization Vice President Eric Trump, Donald Trump’s son, about how his father has been preparing to face Hillary on-stage.
Saturday on Justice, Judge Jeanine Pirro fired back at Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton—and several of her surrogates—who have accused Donald Trump of being divisive and engendering racial strife.
In her Opening Statement last night, Judge Jeanine Pirro criticized Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for her “basket of deplorables” remark about “half” of Republican Donald Trump’s supporters.
Kevin Jackson says that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is acting like a "petulant child" with his controversial National Anthem protest.
In her Opening Statement last night, Judge Jeanine Pirro said that Democratic Party-inspired government support for the last century has become the most abusive form of "suppression and oppression" in inner cities.
Donald Trump called into "Justice" last night to discuss his campaign's recent attempts at winning over minority voters.