On Fox Nation's "Laura & Raymond," Laura Ingraham and Raymond Arroyo discussed Democratic 2020 presidential hopefuls appearing on late night television, specifically the "Stephen Colbert primary."

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" Monday, saying she "might" enter the 2020 race, and releasing a "mixtape" of some of her favorite songs.

On Tuesday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) joined Colbert and announced her formation of a 2020 exploratory committee.


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When Colbert asked Gillibrand about the first thing she would do in office if elected, she spoke about bringing integrity back to the White House and bringing people together.

"If you want to bring people together, why are you on the most divisive late night show of all?" Arroyo wondered. "Go on with Fallon, go on with Ellen, go to something that actually brings people together."

Ingraham noted that on her primetime program, she has often reported on Colbert's progressive "transformation," which has taken him to the top of the late-night ratings battle. 

"All these fairly normal people have become complete boomerangs to the left," Ingraham said.

Aides to some of the top presidential contenders recently told CNN they view Colbert's show as a "crucial stop" in the race for the nomination. 

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