Judge Jeanine: ‘This Wasn’t an Election, It Was a Revolution’
“I think people are going to like what they are going to see with Mr. Trump and they should be excited” -Jeanine always supported Trump.
Imagine getting a personal phone call from the president-elect only days after he pulled off possibly the biggest upset in the history of American politics.
Judge Jeanine Pirro didn’t have to imagine that call — it came on Saturday morning, as Donald Trump was making decisions about the aides, advisors and cabinet members with whom he would surround himself.
And on her show, “Justice,” Pirro disclosed at least part of what Trump told her, right before she revealed why the election was a “revolution.”
Before she became a Fox News commentator and host of her own weekly program, Jeanine Pirro served as a county court judge, the district attorney of Westchester County, New York, and the first female judge on the Westchester County Court bench.
It was while serving in those capacities that she got to know the New York real estate developer who would stun the world by defeating rather handily the Democrat nominee who was thought by the entitled left to have the 2016 election all sewn up.
So it wasn’t some out-of-the-blue phone call from the man America is sending to the White House. It was a chat with someone Pirro had known for years — someone who thanked her and her viewers for the support that helped make him the future President of the United States.
Of course, there is another possible explanation for Trump calling his old friend, Judge Jeanine — a reason apart from his wishing to thank her and her audience for their support through the campaign.
There has been speculation that the incoming president might find a place for Pirro in his administration. Trump is known to value loyalty and steadfastness, and the Fox News host has certainly demonstrated those qualities.
And if, indeed, former Big Apple mayor and outspoken Trump surrogate during the campaign, Rudy Giuliani, winds up as Attorney General — as some have suggested could happen — it might make sense that a fellow New Yorker, Pirro, would end up in Washington .
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