Ingraham Says Trump 'Could Be Greatest Political Comeback In History'

Ingraham Says Trump 'Could Be Greatest Political Comeback In History'

Former President Donald Trump could orchestrate the greatest political comeback in American politics, according to Fox News host Laura Ingraham during a Super Tuesday evening segment on the network.

The former president has been attacked and made into an evil character by the Democrats and their friends in the media. He has been indicted more than 90 times, but still he cannot be stopped.

“I think Trump’s votes are coming from unlikely places;. They’re going to come from urban America a little bit, 3 or 5%. They’re coming from working-class people. I think a lot of the Nikki Haley voters are protest voters who won’t ever vote for Trump. I don’t think she has much sway over them so I don’t know what her bargaining chip is,” she said on a panel that included Fox News anchor Brit Hume.

“I think tonight we should look at the people who were proclaiming Donald Trump’s political death. ‘Donald Trump is finally finished,’ New York Times, November 2020. ‘Relax, a Trump comeback in 2024 is never going to happen,’ according to Politico. This could be the greatest political comeback story of all time,” she said.

“Maybe you can remember something better than this, but if he pulls this off in November—and that’s and if—but even to get to this moment, pretty much everybody was declaring him dead on arrival. What does that say about all of us? Maybe we need to spend more time with the American people, or at least I do because I had my doubts,” the host said.

“Who could’ve imagined he would be able to stand there and point to the failures of an administration as drastic as these have been issue after issue after issue?” Hume responded.

“He predicted it, though. He said he would open the border and drive up inflation. During the entire campaign, pretty much everything he said about Biden has come true,” she said.

The Super Tuesday ransacking of his last Republican opponent was enough to have former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley end her campaign.

“We must bind together as Americans,” she said.

“In all likelihood, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee when our Party convention meets in July. I wish him well,” she said.

However, she refused to endorse Trump on Wednesday.

“I have always been a conservative Republican and have always supported the Republican nominee, but on this question, as she did on so many others, Margaret Thatcher provided some good advice when she said, ‘Never just follow the crowd. Always make up your own mind.’

“It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our Party and beyond it who did not support him, and I hope he does that,” she said.

“At its best, politics is about bringing people into your cause, not turning them away,” she said. “This is now his time for choosing.”


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