From the June 14 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
HARRIS FAULKNER: [Obama's speech was] nothing short of a lecture from this president. He did mention the victims but seemed to save his ire and his venom over that particular issue of why those words don't need to be applied in his estimation. I'm wondering what is the presumptive nominee of his party whom he has just endorsed and is going to be joining on the trail, what is she thinking? Because she just dropped that lingo?
JEANINE PIRRO: It seems that the difference in terms of his delivery was when he got into the political issues, the issue of guns and the issue of what he considers possible anti-Muslim backlash. If this president had for one minute tried to give some empathy to the victims and their families in Orlando, then we would have been cheering him on. This president spent more time about dealing with the fact that it's not a religious war, that we can't paint Muslims with the same brush and he starts by saying, which is bizarre, we're going to cut off ISIL's money. Where have you been? Of course you're going to cut off ISIL's money.