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Laura Ingraham suggests running mate for Hillary Clinton’s potential presidential campaign in 2024

Laura Ingraham offered a Hillary Clinton-Liz Cheney 2024 presidential ticket in Wednesday’s “The Ingraham Angle” opening monologue, saying the two had a lot in common.

“Hillary and Liz Cheney, they have a lot in common,” Ingraham said. “These two girls are committed globalists. They are in favor of open borders and are pro-China.… They are both pro-Big Tech and both have profited tremendously from nepotism. But more importantly, they both have a grim view of… rank and file Republicans. “


The Fox News host also noted that they shared unhappy behavior, saying “Hillary had been miserable … for decades.”

“And Liz Cheney still looks and looks, I don’t know, like a kidney stone,” she added.

Ingraham played on a Wall Street Journal opinion suggesting Hillary could run for president in 2024, and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman’s suggestion for a 2024 Biden-Cheney post.

“The Democrats do not intend to share power with the ever-Trumpers,” replied Ingraham. “They never did. The purpose of their lies was to create a dynamic where they can discredit all that is normal and radically shift the country to the left. That’s why they want to undermine our constitution, our elections, our culture and our history. So they can replace it with control on the left. “

President Joe Biden’s approval rating is just 33%, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll. Only 24% of voters aged 18 to 34 approve of the president.

“And things are only going to get worse for Biden this year because inflation is already at seven percent,” Ingraham said. “Teachers still don’t want to go back to class in the Blue States. And thanks to Fauci’s panic and Biden’s crippling tenure, they can’t get people back to work.”

“That much, [Democrats] have no other choice, “she continued.” They have to get rid of the old man. “


“But who are they running in his place? Biden’s bench… is full of shards,” she remarked.


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