Judge Jeanine Compares Trump To Reagan on Carrier Deal: LEADERS GET THINGS DONE (VIDEO)

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Last night on her program, Judge Jeanine compared Trump to Ronald Reagan, citing the Carrier deal as evidence that Trump intends to get things done for the American people.

She does a great job of dismantling critics of the Carrier deal, too. She reminds us that all of the workers who will keep their jobs will also keep paying taxes and not go on government assistance.

She also reminds naysayers that we go out of our way to help refugees and illegal immigrants all the time. Why are people complaining when we do something to help working people?

Here’s more from the FOX News Insider:

Judge Jeanine on Trump’s Carrier Deal: ‘You’re Watching Ronald Reagan’

Pirro compared Trump’s ability to cut such a deal before even being sworn-in to how President Ronald Reagan worked to free more than 50 Americans held hostage in Iran– something his predecessor, Jimmy Carter, could not accomplish in their 444 days in captivity, she noted.

She criticized President Obama for telling a steelworker, in a discussion on the topic of keeping jobs in America, that instead of preventing outsourcing, workers should learn more contemporary skills and adapt to new technology like clean energy.

Regarding other critics of Trump’s plan to keep companies from moving operations out of the country, she noted that many illegal immigrants are offered incentives to come to America, while it is an unpopular idea to treat American jobs the same way:

“We do all kinds of generous things for illegals [and] refugees– We educate them, medicate them, house them, give them food stamps– we even give them ObamaCare, although the president said it wouldn’t cover them… Where’s our incentive?”

“You’re watching in real-time a president-elect who is not all talk, a leader who is going to show us real hope and change… You’re watching Ronald Reagan,” Pirro said.

Watch the video:

Judge Jeanine is awesome. Maybe they should give her the 9 PM slot if Megyn Kelly leaves.

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