Laura Ingraham Makes A Startling Prediction About Donald Trump's Presidential Run

Though he hasn't made an official announcement, it's a pretty sure bet that Donald Trump will be making a third bid for the presidency in 2024. Apart from a few bumps in the road — like dealing with those unexpected guests at Mar-a-Lago — his post-White House life has been spent dropping hints about running again. Trump has also been busy campaigning for state and federal government candidates who would be strong allies if he were back in office.


Trump has promised that a second term would allow him to make some major changes. 

Per The Washington Post, the proposals he has made include mandatory death sentences for convicted drug dealers; the relocation of millions of homeless persons to outlying "tent cities"; using the National Guard to quell crime and protests; and doing away with the federal Department of Education unless states move to enforce "strict prohibitions on teaching inappropriate racial, sexual, and political material to America's schoolchildren in any form whatsoever."

Loyal MAGA followers are on board with both his candidacy and his plans. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, whose latest line of merch aligns with his law-and-order promises, still refers to him as "President Trump." 


But one supporter just went on record with a surprising opinion. Laura Ingraham, a popular Fox News host, said on a Lisa Boothe podcast that, while Trump's fans associate him with an "overall sense of happiness in the country," America just might be ready for a change.

Laura Ingraham says the country may have had enough of Donald Trump's drama

Fox News host Laura Ingraham has wavered before on her opinion of a Donald Trump presidential run in 2024, telling Northern Virginia Magazine that she wasn't "there for him yet."

But her comments to Lisa Boothe on her recent podcast indicate that she may not be there for him at all. Per The Hill, Ingraham said, "The country I think is so exhausted. They're exhausted by the battle, the constant battle, that they may believe that, well, maybe it's time to turn the page if we can get someone who has all Trump's policies, who's not Trump."


At the same time, Ingraham added, certain voters are opposed to "the views Trump now brought to the floor for the Republican Party," such as his plan to withdraw troops from Iraq and Afghanistan and his policy on stopping the flow of undocumented immigrants from Mexico. 

Ingraham's statements infuriated loyal Trump followers, who called her "a traitor" — and worse — on Trump's Truth Social platform. A tweet from defense attorney and former Republican Ron Filipkowski reposted some sample comments: "You have no idea what you are talking about," said one. "Trump is the best thing that has happened to America." 

Another dismissed her: "Why anyone watches her is beyond me. She has been 'turning the page' on Trump for a long time. She is a stolen election denier. She's a Lindsay Graham kind of Republican." And yet another simply suggested: "Time for her to quietly retire."