Ingraham Slams Clinton's Comments on Anthem Protests: 'She Cannot Deviate From Identity Politics'
Laura Ingraham said Hillary Clinton's comments on NFL players kneeling for the national anthem illustrate why she was not fit to be commander-in-chief.
Speaking at Southbank Centre's London Literature Festival on Sunday, Clinton said athletes kneeling isn't an insult to the anthem or flag, and she urged Democrats to use the issue against President Donald Trump.
“I think it would be a grave error for Democrats to recede from those fights, so therefore we have to stand up, fight back, resist," Clinton said.
On "Fox & Friends," Ingraham said Clinton doesn't have the pulse of the American people, and she always seems to take the wrong side of an issue.
"It's not the Russians, it's not Jim Comey, it's not Donald Trump being a celebrity that defeated her last November," Ingraham said. "Hillary defeated herself. She cannot deviate from identity politics."
Ingraham said that Clinton had no solutions to bring economic prosperity to the U.S., her foreign policy positions were way off base, and she wanted open borders.
"All the stuff that Hillary Clinton was for, the voters rejected," Ingraham said. "And she keeps proving it. Every day she's out there, she makes me more glad that we elected Donald J. Trump."
Pick up Ingraham's new book, "Billionaire at the Barricades," and tune in to the premiere of “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News Channel on October 30 at 10:00 p.m. ET.