Laura Ingraham sent a message to President Trump in her closing monologue Wednesday, urging the president to avoid the personal attacks that distract from what should be a positive economic message. 

Trump has stepped up his attacks in recent days on late Republican Sen. John McCain and George Conway, an outspoken critic and the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. 

Trump continued his criticism of the late senator in remarks at the White House Tuesday and at a rally in Ohio on Wednesday, drawing a rebuke from Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson. 



Ingraham said Trump is presiding over the strongest economy in the world thanks to policies he enacted, with manufacturing, wages and optimism increasing. 

"This is one of the best times ever to be an American. ... But for the past few days, you've stepped on your own message and given needless fodder to your enemies," she said. 

Ingraham said Trump is wasting time on "score-settling" instead of focusing the nation's attention on conservative solutions to contrast with Democrats' shift toward socialism. 

She said the Mueller probe has been an "unfair albatross" for the president and the media "horribly biased," but the president must keep his "eye on the prize" for the American people. 

Ingraham said it's "terrific" for the president to be unconventional and speak to voters through Twitter, but he must focus on "what counts" ahead of the 2020 election. 

Watch the monologue above.


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