Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted President Barack Obama for what she believed is his lack of action over the attack in Nice, France that killed at least 84.
During an appearance on "Fox and Friends"
cohost Steve Doocy asked her what she believed Obama's legacy as president would be.
"One word. Weak," she said, adding, "We've got a problem at the top of this country."
The host of Fox News' "Justice With Jeanine" said that Obama must unite America and recognize the threat that the terror attackers pose.
"If this president would stop apologizing for what we do and what we are … then maybe Americans would be united in a way that we understand that they're coming. They're here," she said, referring to terrorists.
Pirro added that the threat of the Islamic State is becoming more serious.
"We've got to declare war on them. We've got to start having a conversation about surveillance on mosques."
When Doocy read the name of the man reported to be the attacker in the French truck attack, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, Pirro responded, "There's a shock," apparently referencing the man's Middle-Eastern name.
Pirro also has critiqued Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Fox News Insider reported
that she said that Clinton would not be indicted over the probe into her private email server because her first witness would have to be Obama. She called the investigation "a charade and a dance."
In June, Pirro discussed the Supreme Court's dismissal
of Obama's illegal immigrant plan. The Inquisitr reported
that she said, "Hey, Mr. President, this is not a dictatorship. You are not the king. You cannot decide what the laws are, and you cannot decide to just ignore the laws."
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