Ann Coulter Jeanine Pirro At Cpac 2017 Feburary 23rd


Jeanine Pirro at CPAC 2017 Feburary 23rd

posted by Michael Vadon alias Michael Vadon on Monday 6th of March 2017 04:35:28 AM

Jeanine Ferris Pirro (born June 2, 1951) is an American TV commentator and former prosecutor, judge, and Republican political candidate from the state of New York,[1][2][3][4] who is a legal analyst and television personality. Pirro is the host of Fox News Channel's political commentary television program Justice with Judge Jeanine and contributes on other Fox News programs and NBC's Today. She previously hosted a television court program, Judge Jeanine Pirro, later known simply as Judge Pirro. A Republican from Chemung County, New York, Pirro served as a county court judge before serving as the elected district attorney of Westchester County for 12 years.[5] As a district attorney she gained considerable visibility, especially in cases regarding domestic abuse and crimes against the elderly. She was the first female judge on the Westchester County Court bench. Pirro was the Republican nominee for New York Attorney General in 2006. The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC; /ˈsiːpæk/ see-pak) is an annual political conference attended by conservative activists and elected officials from across the United States. CPAC is hosted by the American Conservative Union (ACU).[1] In 2011, ACU took CPAC on the road with its first Regional CPAC in Orlando, Florida. Since then ACU has hosted regional CPACs in Chicago, Denver, St. Louis, and San Diego. Political front runners take the stage at this convention. Speakers have included Donald Trump,[2] Ronald Reagan,[3][4][5] George W. Bush,[6] Dick Cheney,[7] Pat Buchanan,[8] Karl Rove, Newt Gingrich,[6] Sarah Palin, Ron Paul,[9] Mitt Romney,[6] Tony Snow,[6] Glenn Beck,[10] Rush Limbaugh,[11] Ann Coulter,[7] Allen West,[12] Michele Bachmann,[13] Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity, Gary Johnson, Mike Pence, Jeanine Pirro, Betsy DeVos, Lou Dobbs, and other conservative public figures.


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