Judge Pirro: Ask American Workers, Not Liberal 'Snowflakes,' About First 100 Days
Judge Jeanine Pirro weighed in on the first 100 days of the Trump administration, saying that despite the intense opposition from the left, President Trump is delivering on his promises.
"If you want to know how the president is doing in his first 100 days, don't ask a snowflake. Ask an American who works for a living," said Pirro, accusing the left of "doing everything it can to destroy this presidency."
But Pirro said the president has followed through on what he promised Americans, including the choice of a conservative Supreme Court justice in Neil Gorsuch and the immigration enforcement crackdown.
"The influx of illegal immigrants across our southern border has been reduced up to 70 percent, even without the wall, because the message is clear. Border patrol, law enforcement, prosecutors and immigration judges are following the law," she said.
Pirro also highlighted job-friendly moves by Trump to cut regulations from the Obama administration, renegotiate trade deals and propose a cut in the corporate tax rate from 35 to 15 percent.
"The number one thing we needed after the last eight years was a leader who would take charge and put the United States back on its true and rightful course," she said.
Pirro said the 100-day measure is a "phony test of success" and urged Americans to "relax" and give the president time to do what what he was elected to do.
Watch the full Opening Statement above and let us know how you would grade Trump's first three months.