Radio host Leslie Marshall shared three things on Sunday that Democrats shouldn't do when they take control of the House next year.

Marshall, a Fox News contributor, said Sunday on Fox & Friends that first, they should not try to impeach President Trump.

She said Democrats should focus, instead, on making Trump a one-term president.

"Try for a majority in the Senate and try to get that seat in the Oval Office," she said. "If we look at history, the GOP, they're even saying to Democrats 'look, don't do it. Politically it would be suicide.'"


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She also said looking to impeach Trump would be a waste of voters' taxpayer dollars.

"That's not really what most voters were voting Democrats into the majority in the House to do."

Secondly, Marshall said that Democrats should not look to investigate Ivanka Trump's emails, and that doing so would yield a result similar to the Clinton email probe.

The president's daughter, who serves as a senior adviser in the White House, sent "hundreds" of emails about government business using her personal email, the Washington Post reported last month.

"It's not criminal. Again, it's a waste of taxpayer time and money, and I feel that Democrats will come out looking like hypocrites, especially because they still go 'and her emails,' 'and her emails.' Well, then the shoe would be on the other foot," she said.

Finally, Marshall said it'd be a "very bad call" for Democrats to look at abolishing Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

"You actually do need ICE," she said. "What Americans want on both side of the aisle ... is comprehensive immigration reform."

"Sometimes my party, and people in my party, confuse their goal."

Watch Marshall's discussion with Jedediah Bila and Pete Hegseth above.


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