Laura Ingraham Biography
Laura Ingraham born Laura Anne Ingraham on June 19, 1963, is an American conservative television and radio talk show host. She has hosted the nationally syndicated radio show The Laura Ingraham Show,since 2001. She is the editor-in-chief of LifeZette, and beginning in October 2017, has been the host of The Ingraham Angle on Fox News Channel.
Laura Ingraham Age
She was born on 19th June 1963. She is 55 years old as of 2018.
Laura Ingraham Height
She 1.66 Metres tall.
Laura Ingraham Family
Ingraham was born in Glastonbury, Connecticut, to Anne Caroline and James Frederick Ingraham III. She graduated in 1981 from Glastonbury High School. In 1985, Ingraham earned a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1991.
Laura Ingraham Brother
She has only one brother named, Curtis Ingraham
Laura Ingraham Husband
Ingraham, has never been married.
Laura Ingraham Children
She has three children; Maria Caroline Ingraham, Nikolai Peter Ingraham and Michael Dmitri Ingraham, both of which are adopted.
Laura Ingraham Career
After completing law school, she worked as a law clerk under Ralph K. Winter, Jr., a Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, in New York. She first served as the clerk of The U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for a brief period before working as an attorney for the New York based law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. In the late 1980s, during Ronald Reagan’s tenure, in the Domestic Policy advisory, she was employed as a speechwriter . She also worked as the editor of ‘The Prospect’, a Princeton University magazine.
She was featured on the cover of the ‘The New York Times Magazine’ in 1995, in connection for her article on ‘rising young conservatives’. In 1996, she organised the first annual ‘Dark Ages Weekend’ along with Jay Lefkowitz, a Jewish politician and lawyer, as a response to the ‘New Year’s Renaissance Weekend’, an American retreat for leaders. She worked as a commentator for the CBS network and also served as the host of the MSNBC network program called ‘Watch It!’, in the late 1990s .
She authored an essay for the ‘Washington Post’, in 1997, in which she wrote about the need for legal protection for homosexuals.
Her book titled ‘The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places’ was published in June 2000 . The book is a pure analysis of the Hillary Clinton’s policies. She launched her own show called ‘The Laura Ingraham Show’on April 2001. The show was aired on 306 radio stations including the XM Satellite Radio. Her second book ‘Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN Are Subverting America’ was published on October 25, 2003, by Regnery Publishing.
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‘The Laura Ingraham Show’ in 2004, moved on to the Talk Radio Network, a 24 hour radio network. On the Fox News Channel and a weekly contributor to the segment called ‘The Ingraham Angle’, she is the guest host of the ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ .
Her third book ‘Power to the People’ was published on September 11, 2007,by Regnery Publishing. In her book, she stressed on how the ordinary people in America can make a difference in politics and culture. She was given a three week trial-run by Fox News Channel in 2008, for their upcoming show titled ‘Just In with Laura Ingraham’. However the show was cancelled after the trial period and replaced with another show.
Her book ‘The Obama Diaries’ published in 2010, is a fictional account of the diary entries made by Barack Obama. ‘Of Thee I Zing: America’s Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots’ was published on July 12, 2011 . She began hosting the nationally syndicated radio show ‘The Laura Ingraham Show’from January 2, 2013 .
Laura Ingraham TV shows
- The Ingraham Angle
- Just In
Laura Ingraham Net Worth
She has a net worth of $45 million USD.
Laura Ingraham Lesbian
Laura is not a lesbian.
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Fox News’ Laura Ingraham calls out Trump’s big border wall lie: “There’s no wall!”
President Donald Trump was corrected by Fox News personality Laura Ingraham when he made a misleading claim about the state of his border wall on Tuesday. Although often supportive of the president, Ingraham drew attention to the fact that Trump made a claim about his promised border wall which didn’t pass muster during his hostile negotiations with Democratic congressional leaders in the oval office.
“The president also said something about the wall and its current state that made me curious. Let’s watch,” Ingraham said before cutting to a clip of the president discussing his border wall.
“A lot of wall has been built. We don’t talk about that, but we might as well start. Because it’s being built right now. Big sections of wall! And we will continue that,” Trump claimed.”I must have missed the wall being built. What wall?” Ingraham commented. After one of the guests began to defend Trump, Ingraham insisted that “that’s not a wall. Stop saying it’s a wall. There’s no wall. If you want a wall, say we don’t have a wall.”
She later added, “I know it’s bad cause he made the promise but they’re not building the wall so you gotta stop saying that!”
Trump: "A lot of wall has been built."
Laura Ingraham: "I must have missed the wall being built… That's not a wall. Stop saying it's a wall. There's no wall… I know it's bad cause he made the promise but they're not building the wall so you gotta stop saying that." pic.twitter.com/N7r7Qkg6ZB
— Contemptor (@TheContemptor) December 12, 2018
In a related story, Trump is also facing reports that his meeting with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer ended angrily over their refusal to agree to $5 billion for his border wall, which Trump has said will be necessary to avoid a government shutdown.
“And when the president left after Pelosi and Schumer left, a number of people saw him, he stormed out of the Oval, walked into an ante-room just off the Oval Office, and had in his hand a folder of briefing papers. And he just scattered them out of frustration, threw them across the room, and expressed frustration to the people who were present, mainly with Chuck Schumer,” Los Angeles Times White House reporter Eli Stokols told MSNBC’s Hardball on Tuesday night, according to Newsweek.
Stokols added, “His old New York sparring buddy, he felt, got the better of him. Goaded him into it. He remarked about how Schumer wouldn’t make eye contact with the president and was actually looking back at the cameras as he was making comments to the president, but directing those comments to the camera. It frustrated the president more than what worried his aides, which was actually the comments he made sort of taking ownership of the shutdown.”
Stokols’ comment refers to how Trump told Schumer in front of cameras that he would be “proud” if it became necessary to shut down the government in the name of “border security.”
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