On "Media Buzz" today, Laura Ingraham told Howard Kurtz that Donald Trump is receiving criticism from some conservative pundits because he's challenging the establishment, which makes many people uncomfortable.

"I don't know where Trump will go, but the idea internecine warfare among conservatives is going to matter to most people? It's not," Ingraham said.

She explained that most Americans are concerned about their quality of life, the lack of economic growth for the middle class, the dangerous deals the U.S. is signing with countries like Iran and illegal immigration.

"This is not about Trump. This is about the Republican establishment failing most of those middle income workers, who put all their hopes in the Republican Party," Ingraham said. "If they cleaned up their own house over at the GOP, Trump probably wouldn't be as big as he is now, or might not even be a factor at all."

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