Ingraham: 'Who Is the Future of the Democratic Party?'
In her Angle commentary, Laura Ingraham asked who might be the next "leader of the Democratic Party."
Ingraham played video of Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) saying that his "silence" to that same question should mean something.
"This is the challenge that we have right now," Moulton said.
"Who is the future of the Democratic Party?" Ingraham asked.
She said Sen. Kamala Harris of California is seen by some as an option, though noted that she once joked about the president, vice president or attorney general being killed in an elevator.
Ingraham said Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey is another option, but also pointed out his fiery questioning of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen:
"Why am I seething with anger? Your silence and your amnesia is complicit!" he said, admonishing Nielsen.
Ingraham also said Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden are considered the possible "future" of the party too.
However, Ingraham said Biden's heated remarks about "taking [President Trump] behind the gym" at a Wilkes-Barre, Pa. rally may raise eyebrows among voters.
Ingraham said Democrats' main problem is that Trump is "connecting" with the "forgotten voters" and has delivered on his promises.