Judge Jeanine schools media: Kim Jong-un isn’t dealing with Obama, who ‘buckles to dictators’

Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro has a way of cutting to the chase when it comes to politics and she did just that while commenting on the developing news of a summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Pirro reassured the country that Jung-un “is not dealing with a Barack Obama, who buckles to dictators,” while stressing that “genius is rarely recognized at the time it occurs.”

With Jong-un agreeing to halt the country’s nuclear testing program in the run up to meeting with Trump and reportedly saying he is committed to denuclearization,” the anti-Trump media is beside itself.

“Instead of recognizing the historic moment and the genius that got a whack into a madman to the bargaining table, the mainstream media chooses to heap criticism on Donald Trump when their own champions accomplished absolutely nothing,” Pirro said.

A clip was played of Samantha Vinograd, a National Security Council senior adviser under Obama, telling CNN that Trump isn’t up to matching wits with Jong-un.

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“There is no way that President Trump can be ready by May to have a high-stakes negotiation on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula,” Vinograd says in the clip. “It’s just impossible. You can’t wing it. Kim Jong-un is going to be fully prepared. I think that he’s playing to the president’s ego and the president’s weaknesses.”

Pirro also draws attention to the New York Times saying that President Trump could end up being played by the North Korean leader like, “a gold-plated violin.”

The former prosecutor then set straight media outlets cheering against the success of removing nuclear weapons from the hands of an unpredictable leader.

“Kim Jong-un knows full well that he comes to discuss full-blown denuclearization, full nuclear disarmament — not a freeze, not a reduction. And he also knows he is not dealing with a Barack Obama who buckles to dictators like in Iran when he caved and gave $150 billion taxpayers’ dollars to so-called stop the development of a nuclear bomb,” Pirro said.

“And get this, we are not even in a position to verify or monitor if there is nuclear disarmament or even do site inspections [in Iran]. And rest assured, there will be no cash sent unmarked on marked planes in various world currencies,” she continued.

“Count on a new and totally different agreement with teeth with Donald Trump.”

An avid Trump supporter, Pirro spoke of him being a genius in getting Jong-un to the bargaining table.

“It was Trump’s genius in crippling economic sanctions that brought this dictator to his knees, and although the mainstream media is worried, predicting that Trump will be outsmarted and outplayed by this dictator, in truth, the only people who need to be worried are the North Koreans,” Pirro said.

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“Donald Trump is more than the man Kim thinks he is,” she concluded. “He’s already outsmarted him, and that can get us a peace deal that will certainly last a long, long time.”

She closes out the segment by playing Elton John’s “Rocket Man.”


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