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During his final national security speech on Monday, President Obama spoke about counterterrorism efforts during his administration.

Obama said that the U.S. is "breaking the back" of ISIS and taking the fight to terrorists around the world to keep the homeland safe.

"We should take great pride in the progress we have made over the last eight years," Obama said. "That is the bottom line. No foreign terrorist organization has successfully planned and executed an attack on our homeland."

On "Outnumbered" today, Judge Jeanine Pirro said that Obama is "delusional" about the success of his anti-terror campaign.

"When you combine the lack of a strategy, what appears to be inconsistent with the reality, and the fact that we have a president who has difficulty with the truth, I can't take anything that he says as fact," Judge Jeanine said. 

Meghan McCain said Obama's remarks were "hard to watch."

"I think it's just entirely disrespectful to the men and women who have served, who want to win, who I don't believe were given the opportunity to win in the last eight years," McCain said. "I think he is completely delusional that he thinks he will be remembered in any way as someone who was tough on ISIS and tough on terrorism."

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