Laura Ingraham said this morning that President Donald Trump made a "mistake" when he tweeted a now-dismissed allegation that President Obama spied on Trump Tower.

She said Trump must stick to facts and stay focused on working on the promises he made during the campaign, like the economy, health care and border security. 

Ingraham warned that Democrats are going to keep focusing on alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign in order to hurt his credibility. 

"They want him out. ... They want him to resign or be impeached. Let's be really blunt with what's going on here," he said. 

Ingraham said the president must be careful not to inadvertently "help" the other side, pointing out that the FBI investigation is going to "continue to be a cloud" over the administration.

In testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, FBI Director James Comey confirmed for the first time an ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign's possible links to Russian officials and he said there is no information to back up Trump's tweets about wiretapping. 

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the ranking member on the Intelligence Committee, alluded to Trump's possible exit over the weekend, telling activists that Trump "is going to get himself out."

Watch the "Fox & Friends" interview above and hear more from Ingraham, tonight at 10pm ET on "Hannity."


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