WATCH IT: Mega MAGA Trump Supporter Laura Ingraham Turns On Him

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Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham, one of Donald Trump’s staunchest supporters and defenders, appeared to turn on the former president Wednesday night.

In her Wednesday night monologue, Ingraham laid out what she believes is necessary for a Republican to be victorious in 2024, and took a shot at Trump in the process.

“Going to 2024, the Republicans are going to be looking for candidates who are focused on winning – not just making a point or settling a score. So, to really change it, we’re gonna have to win and we have to win over voters outside our traditional base. That means young people, too,” she said.

“That’s got to be the goal for the next presidential election. The populist movement is about ideas. It is not about any one person. If the voters conclude that you’re putting your own ego or your own grudges ahead of what’s good for the country, they’re going to look elsewhere, period.”

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)

9 COMMENTS

  1. Trump will probably turn on Trump. A consistent theme in his career is he likes to be a “winner”, so the last thing he wants it to run and lose in 2024. The election math makes it clear that he himself, not his program, is the problem. His option is to be a “senior statesman” and to endorse a like-minded Republican with whom he has had good relations in the past (of which there are many).

  2. After all she’s at Fox… She doesn’t get that with all the great “ideas, populism” etc. they can keep stealing it. They will steal it from DeSantis too, UNLESS REPUBLICANS WAKE UP and start talking and fighting about it.

  3. Donald has lost the Murdoch’s and Ingraham but will Donald lose YWN?

    In any case this is all beautiful and wonderful news America is truly acting great again.

  4. She just is following instructions from Murdoch to destroy Trump. The blame for the bad showing of Republicans in this election is the fault of Fox News more than Trump. It were the shows on Fox which hyped up the Republicans chances for a “red wave.”