President Trump is living up to what he promised on the campaign trail, Laura Ingraham said Monday, calling him a "disruptor."

She referenced the president's all-caps tweet in which he warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to "never, ever" again threaten the U.S.

Ingraham said his message to Rouhani is following the strategy he's implemented since the beginning of his presidency: being unafraid to reorient or challenge old alliances if it would benefit the country.

"Trump has ditched the playbook of the bipartisan establishment, and also the conventional wisdom that goes along with it."

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Ingraham praised what she called the White House's "coordinated communications" regarding Trump's stance on Iran, a stance Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton both echoed.

"While he shakes the old global order, Trump is rattling the cages of the intel community," she said.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said at Monday's press briefing that the president is looking into revoking clearances for top Obama-era intelligence officials, including former CIA Director John Brennan and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

Ingraham went on to say that Trump should, in fact, be encouraged to continue "disrupting" on behalf of the American people, noting a recent poll that showed his approval rating is increasing.

"President Trump is on the right path," Ingraham said. "But he must proceed cautiously and react deliberatively."

She also implored Trump to continue exposing corruption in Washington, as well as those who profit from it.

"That's the most enjoyable disruption of all," she concluded.

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