President Trump Interview With Laura Ingraham….

President Trump sits down for an extensive interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.  There are a few parts where the interviewers’ self-importance, non-listening and Hannity-esque interrupting surfaces, but overall a good discussion.

The interview is in a few segments.

Here’s Part I: Iran and Soleimani

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Here’s Part II: Impeachment and the Fraudulent Whistle-blower complaint

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Here’s Part III: China trade, tariffs, immigration and the economy

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Here’s Part IV: Fluff n Puff, British Royal Family, Olympics

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118 Responses to President Trump Interview With Laura Ingraham….

  1. wendy forward says:

    I love those big paintings behind them-beautiful.

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  2. Terry says:

    “Even our great lieutenant colonel, please call him lieutenant colonel “😄😄😄

    Devin Nunes is laughing somewhere.

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  3. Anon says:

    The Part III discussion on H1B visas is interesting. At 3:17

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    • stenwin77 says:

      I love you Mr. President, but Laura is right on the visa issue. You are saying Americans are too stupid to do jobs? Let the companies who need “the brains” pay to educate and train AMERICANS to fill the positions. Sorry, not buying your “Americans-After-H1B-Visas” policy.

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      • squattybody says:

        Not a fan of Laura but she absolutely nailed it on the H1B issue. It’s arrogant to see American’s taking over landscaping businesses because President Trump has slowed illegal immigration and then not believe it would happen in high-tech. So the operating assumption is still that Americans aren’t as bright as people from other countries? She was right and we shouldn’t ignore the fact that it IS about cheap labor.

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        • The Boss says:

          While it was good of Laura to point out the apparent contradiction, the problem is much deeper, pervasive and chronic than her line of questioning suggested.

          To be fair, neither our primary NOR secondary education systems are turning out huge numbers of graduates with the depth and breadth of skills and COMMON SENSE needed to perform many technical jobs, let alone other professional jobs. This is an unfortunate truth about devolving educational standards over the past two or three decades.

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          • Ironclaw says:

            Like every other time throughout history, when communists run something, they destroy it.

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          • johnnybiface says:

            Your thesis seems correct to me. Our primary and secondary institutions are polluted with ideological engineering meaning social engineering. The curricula from these educational systems is saturated with social engineering which crowds out common sense, critical thinking skill development. Critical thinking is pushed out by post modernist critical theory fascists. Its a marxist jihadism against gullible minds so that gullible minds and immigants can be closed wide shut from the bogey man of common sense.

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          • foo says:

            Speaking from inside the industry, this take is a severe disservice to Americans.

            The H-1B program has brought in a huge contingent of Brahmin-caste Indians who are quite openly bigoted against anyone non-Brahmin. They view other classes of indians as untouchables and are openly racist against non-indians.

            The moment they reach a critical mass in management, non-indians are simply not hired.

            Worse, these off-shored and H-1B workers are utterly incompetent.
            I remember spending a full day fixing a simple ssl error an entire team of these “best and brightest” spent a month scratching their heads over.

            See: the 737 max

            Trump not taking this head on is a horrible betrayal of the tech-savvy memelords who owned the social media narrative for him starting in 2015, and a failure to stop these cheap labor hordes coming in will eventually cause US tech to collapse from mismanagement, leaving us at the mercy of hostile chinese and russian firms.

            It seems as a US-born tech worker I am once again politically homeless.

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        • Ray says:

          Precisely. I believe strongly POTUS is the best leader in the modern era but his “nobody is perfect” is showing strongly on this issue and it directly effects those who support him most.One problem though is that no meat of any kind should be voluntarily given to the loathsome garbage inhabitant in the capital and their operatives. I would rather she had let him know privately that many of his supporters think the same. You can’t give a sliver to those snakes.

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          • Mariposa323 says:

            I agree with this . He gave a mushy answer on the H 1 b visas . He needs to come up with a stronger argument … but then there is no excuse to choose a smart foreigner over a smart citizen .

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            • I thought he sounded a bit taken aback and maybe little defensive which I think is a good thing. Maybe he hasn’t heard from enough people on this issue…take a tip from the vapers: start calling the WH once a week.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Perhaps if our Universities spent less time indoctrinating students on “studies” (Womyns, hispanic, black, etc. ‘Studies’) and providing ‘safe spaces’, and more time educating students on career path oriented coarses, we wouldn’t have a shortage of qualified workers?

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      • swissik says:

        I live in H1-B visa land, my neighborhood, town, county and state. I find it hard to believe that all these visa holders are working for cheaper than Americans. How can they afford rent or home purchase I ask myself? Are the many high priced homes all purchased with family money? The multimillion remodels of perfectly nice existing homes? The Teslas on the driveway? It is puzzling to say the least. Yes, I do believe we should strictly limit the issuance of H1-B visas. If the companies like Google, F’book, Microsoft, Oracle etc. etc. have to curtail their hiring so be it.

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        • Somebody says:

          Swiss I think it depends on the type of H1B job and their country of origin. There are some really high paying, very specialized H1B jobs. In fact those are the jobs the program was designed for and typically those are highly paid jobs. The program has been abused by tech companies to depress wages by filling jobs with visa holders instead of americans.

          It also depends on agreements with their home country with regard to taxes etc. Last, but not least in many areas multiple H1B visa holders all live together in one house. Oh and one last thing. Some of them just squelch on their debt when they leave the US, guess they don’t plan on returning. The house next to my daughter is an example of that.

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          • Deadbeat says:

            They still pay them less than an American would make for the same job. Notice that the Left never mentions the H1B “pay gap”. In addition the Visa Holder must remain in the same job under whatever conditions for at least 2 years. This undrecuts the educational effort and expense that American had to endure for the same job. The H1B program has been abused by big tech for decades.

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            • iwasthere says:

              Can’t agree more. Whatever happened to the big class action – collusion law suit out in the Valley – apple, google, oracle, everybody – with the ring leader none other than Steve Jobs – holding down STEM wages? The H-1B depresses STEM wages. You want more American’s to take the hard STEM courses? Pay them more. And I say this as a STEM grad.

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          • vikingmom says:

            The issue of the whole family living together under one roof is the big secret to the H1B Visa scam…the worker comes from a foreign country and agrees to take a job that pays 100K when an American with the same degree/experience would expect 150K or more. So, the company saves at least 50K per worker x 1000 workers as an example so they are happy AND the foreign worker will not make any demands, such as a 401K, paid vacation, reasonable working conditions, etc because they don’t want to be sent back home.

            But the catch is that the worker then petitions to have their spouse and kids come over as well…and THEN both sets of parents!! Once that happens, each one of them is eligible for SSI and Medicare, even though they never worked a day in their life in the US. Each one of them getting SSI in the neighborhood of $1000-1500 is a very nice little nest egg in order to be able to afford a large house in a nice neighborhood AND there is built in daycare for the kids so if the company pulls strings and gets a work permit for the mom she can get a job as well. I worked in banking for many years and saw this played out over and over again!

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            • iwasthere says:

              You are so on point. You must be STEM.

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              • vikingmom says:

                Ha! Fooled you…I was actually a journalism major back in the day when the media still reported facts and assumed their readers/views were capable of discerning their own conclusions from the information presented to them. And yes, that does make me old!!

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        • NJ Transplant says:

          They don’t just get the H1B visas, they also get affirmative action. That includes promotions once they get the jobs. I used to work in state government and many times I was the only American on the elevator. They would speak their own language right in front of you and look at you as if you didn’t belong there. The outrage is really affirmative action being given to people who just arrived in this country.

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          • iwasthere says:

            Not only affirmative action – but 8A set aside no bid government contracts!!! And at least in my experience they identify as Democrats – because you know – identity and privilege, victims, etc. I’m like wait a second, 8A contracting was to remediate PAST DISCRIMINATION, the H-1B new comer never suffer under jim crow or past discrimination – so there is nothing to remediate. Total abuse.

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        • foo says:

          Each one of those homes and teslas would be occupied and owned by an American if those invaders were not there.

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      • luke says:

        I work in IT and it is pretty complex. I am still a novice after many years but that’s ok I just sell it. Anyhow you’re not going to get former coal miners (Biden) trained to do it more than likely Lol. We are also reaching near a level of full employment so there’s that too. I am unsure if the Ann Coulters of America think PDT is working with big IT to sell out the American worker or what. He’s doing what he thinks is necessary to make our country run as smoothly and efficiently as possible IMO. I’m not going to start 2nd guessI guess him now and I am not going to pretend this lack of US IT workers is a quick fix. It will take years but the demand is now.

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        • mimbler says:

          As a retired engineer, I watched these H1B workers take American jobs for years, and the answer (IMO) is not to import more of them.

          Many Americans left tech because their abilities could earn more in other endeavors than they got competing in tech with people from countries with lower living standards than ours.

          Fewer Americans are going into tech because it is arduous academically, but not financially rewarding with all the H1 b low wage imports.

          And quite frankly, a lot of these foreign tech workers are just not as good as the Americans they replace. Some are, of course, but IMO most weren’t. And that makes sense – America was the tech leader based on Americans being the tech labor force.

          So the more we import, we dilute the great American tech force out there, and discourage Americans from going into STEM fields. We also transfer our technology to all these countries that send workers over.

          Boeing is on the edge of going under because they “benefited” from 9 dollar an hour foreign software engineers. We should slow down and eventually halt the program, and let wages drift upwards to attract the best and brightest again.

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          • luke says:

            I read the other day Taco Bell is considering paying some store managers 6 figures in select markets. They are having trouble retaining quality individuals because the employment market is so competitive. That sounds great but at some point this will become inflationary one would think. We need some level of competition in our workforce or the price of goods and services will go higher; and quickly once it starts.

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          • iwasthere says:

            Mimbler – you know exactly of what you speak. I’m STEM, felt the wage depression of H-1B STEM, moved to TS work – where they used to not qualify. Got sick of that, off to law school. The best and brightest of my STEM class year – The guys and gals that really got it – took jobs as quant traders on WS. Because money talks. BS walks. Your point about the down stream affects is totally correct. STEM is not the easy path – in fact, if you really study hard – it’s still damn hard. Cum Laude EE.

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            • mimbler says:

              Thanks Iwasthere. And it truly is hard – at UT where I got my degree, the washout rate in the first year was 50 percent – probably was similar elsewhere. Not a lot of partying going on in the engineering colleges!

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      • Michael Colbenson says:

        Got to pressure Colleges to turn out better products

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    • bored identity says:

      How does this Laura Coulter, obvious bff of Tulsi Carlson, even dare to give some Botox lip to God Emperor about not fulfilling his pivotal campaign promise to American People !?!!?

      3:17 is interesting only if you’re not suffering from OSTD – Opposite Spectrum of Trump Derangement Syndrome:
      In that case you will qualify 3:17 as one of the moments “where the interviewers’ self-importance, non-listening and Hannity-esque interrupting surfaces”

      It’s the Demography, Sundance!
      That’s Why No Republican President Will Be Ever Elected Again After 2024

      Meanwhile, keep chanting that neocon mantra :

      “Fight Them Over There So We Don’t Have To Fight Can Invite Them Here ! “

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  4. Rynn69 says:

    Nice division of the segments.

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  5. Summer says:

    She has a point re: immigration but it was mostly lost on me because she was rude and shockingly disrespectful to the President of the United States. Continued to argue and interrupt him as if it was a panel discussion and a commercial break was imminent (word of the day).

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    • PVCDroid says:

      My exact thoughts. Chris Wallace style unfortunately.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Laura Hannity’s delivery was a little disrespectful in a way, but the topic is of great importance to Americans…especially the working class. Good for her to bring it up.

      I understand what PDJT is saying, but it cannot be denied that displacement of the American worker is broadly occurring to lower payroll costs – the highest portion of a company’s operating cost. Listening only to CEOs, owners, and managers is myopic. Unfettered illegal immigration and visa worker programs is causing unmitigated disasters on all levels. It is hurting working Americans and their families. Americans must come first.

      In the trenches, companies are bringing in foreign workers at LATERAL positions who are being trained by Americans at lower wages. This is bringing down the wages overall because it pushes starting wages down. This is happening all over.

      Very humbly I would say PDJT’s team (trusted people that is) need to listen to the workers doing the work equally. More apt to get the real truth.

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      • Kimmy K says:

        This^^^
        My hubby was laid off 3 years ago after 20 years with a company, (30 years experience), now makes a fraction of what he used to.
        Corporate greed disgusts me.

        Moderators, please delete my post awaiting moderation, I think I typed my e-mail addy wrong. Thanks, much appreciated and sorry for any inconvenience.

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      • amjean says:

        There is another side to this coin –
        Until we fix the education system and actually educate
        our children, we unfortunately have millions who are
        incapable of doing a skilled job.

        My daughter worked at Amazon for a summer in a
        management capacity. Most of the workers were
        left behind on an education scale. They could not do
        the simplest task in a timely fashion; and approximately
        30% did not want to work at all.
        As our economy grows, we need more people to work.
        I agree that corporations like to use H1B visas to lower
        their employment costs, however, that is not the whole
        story. Look further. The liberals have ruined our work
        force.

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        • stenwin77 says:

          And most of our schools are unable to properly educate our kids because they’re driven by social agendas and there are too many kids in the schools who don’t speak English. Teachers are spending too much time “helping” the non-English students. It’s a vicious circle.

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        • ediegrey says:

          A big elephant in the room is that we do not have enough babies – demographics matter. Make our families great again!

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        • Due Gonzalez says:

          And what to our bright kids who get STEM degrees receive as a reward for their efforts? A lifetime of student loan debt except if you are a minority. Unqualified minorities are taking the place of more deserving students. Often, they are given a free ride. I was shocked to find out how low the bar is for minority students. During parent orientation at my daughters university, we were told what the SAT qualifications were for a Hispanic national merit scholarship. I can tell you that my daughter had a higher SAT score in the 7th grade. The qualifications are not even in the same ballpark as for the general national merit scholarship. Those that receive these scholarships are highly recruited by Universities and often given a tuition free or greatly reduced education. The education system is broken in many ways. I can also tell you from personal experience that even at high performing schools in our country, they cannot offer students the educational resources they need to be competitive in a global market. My daughter tried to take a second semester calculus course and was told the school did not offer the second semester course. I went in to talk to the principal and explained that my daughter and 3 of her friends were interested in taking this course. Was told that it was impossible for them to take the course and that there was not enough demand for the course. I walked out and called district administration to discuss any options. Other high schools in the district did offer the course but per the Superintendent the district does not allow students to take courses at other schools in the district. I informed him that my daughter drove, the district would not have to provide transportation. Couldn’t do that either. This school district did bus special needs children to any school in the district per parents choice. Also ESL students were bused to different schools to accommodate their needs. Is it any wonder we don’t have enough STEM majors? It’s not the students who are not smart in this country….

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          • iwasthere says:

            As a silver lining – and informed views as a STEM grad. HS Calc- II is less than worthless – it might even turn your kids off of STEM with such bad instruction. There was a great op-ed by the head of Stanford EE department – I think it was: “Don’t let your kid take calculus in HS.” Or “Don’t let you kid take AP math in HS.” If you kid is that bright and bored – find a good university to let the kid wave in for the one class. I had a HS kid in my EE track Calc – III class. Nice kid, normal, just loved the math.

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          • iwasthere says:

            Furthermore, if you on a real hard science STEM track – EE, Physics, Mechanical, not the BS information science or CS path – NEVER EVER EVER tell your kid to not be on the program path – with the math. In other words, don’t think HS calc-II is going to replace the EE level calc-II class and the EE course work that is deploying that very math. I’ve forgotten more math than most people will ever know as an EE. And trust me – you need it right at your finger tips on the EE track, because the EE class is NOT teaching you the math – it’s teaching you what the math is for! But you must, must, must take the courses in the program sequence – or you’re gunna flunk the kids and they switch to marketing (if I could just find the slope of that line!! – LOL). Anyways its’ super you have a kid that wants calc -II in HS. It’s not the end of the world, and I suspect the kid will be better off without HS Calc-II.

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      • Roni says:

        It’s not just the tech field, major university medical schools have been importing increasing numbers of students from countries like Egypt for years. The spouse arrives, babies are born, in laws rotate in to watch the babies…..
        At first I thought they came for a better education and then returned home to serve. That’s not the case.
        I checked the staff directory of a NYC hospital recently and found it was overwhelmingly foreign.
        It puzzles me that there are no qualified Americans to apply for slots in medical schools? Or hospital staff?

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    • Issy says:

      She is so used to interrupting and over talking guest, she can’t help herself.

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Agree 100% Summer. Laura is quite full of herself and badgered President Trump. Yes, the issue is important but she vastly overstepped. Wonder if she gets nosebleeds way up there on her high horse?
      Loved seeing POTUS but he deserves much better.

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    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      I can’t take her voice. Imagine hearing this all day.

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    • ALLAN CRAIN says:

      She indeed showed a lack of respect and deference. Hannity and her have the same problem because they host talk radio shows and they are in complete control.
      This “I don’t like where your answer is going ” so I will interrupt, must be curtailed and in many cases it is the producer’s fault. Mark Levin is the best interviewer on TV by a large margin.

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    • Dee says:

      I thought she was right in every instance to call him on it. He ran on this issue and they have a big program where companies train folks get Americans in there, there are plenty who 6 years ago trained the foreign replacements. Enough is enough, stop the flow of immigrants until they learn to assimilate I wrote him to as this is crap and that I will stil vote for him but he must not play the GOPe game. We want arrests, we want Americans in jobs and we want the Dems gone in no particular order.

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      • swissik says:

        “Until they learn to assimilate”. Thank you, exactly some of my thoughts on the current lot of immigrants, whether on green cards or H1-B visa. It is obvious that assimilation is not a word that most of them recognize or are willing to at least try. Maybe there is a difference between groups that came as true refugees and those that come for economic benefits.

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    • Sigh2016 says:

      I agree! I had to turn it off! She has Hannity disease, but worse–talking over him and pushing back so hard in attempt to say “I’m a know it all! I’m smarter than you! Be quiet! ME ME ME!” ugh.

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    • gringz says:

      I thought so to. She could have made her point w/o pouncing on him and not letting him finish sentences. She was rude.

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  6. Kay123 says:

    Bringing other immigrants in to work not only
    lowers the wages for tomorrow’s workers
    it drives food, clothing, housing, etc. up
    drastically. Who is thinking about tomorrow?
    Anybody? Where will the food come from
    to feed a couple more billion people?
    We are running out of clean water already.
    These people have at least 4-8 kids and
    those kids have babies and quit school
    at 12 -14 to raise them in a house of 3
    families already. (That alone is a ton of
    💩 and waste a week.!!!!)
    Dem rats want more
    stupid people to vote for even more stupid
    dem rats. It a recipe for extinction.

    I was one of those D-rats….until I
    learned bookkeeping and economics
    and learned ” We cannot just live
    for today…..you need to save for the
    future….and your children’s future
    b/c the way things are going there
    will be very little left in a few years.

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  7. spmi says:

    Laura In graham crackers is a definite Trump hater as she showed in her disrespect able ways of speaking to THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
    She doesn’t know her bass from her elbow.
    Yuuuuckkk.

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    • Chgonana539 says:

      I never watch Laura – she is smart but her ego drives me nuts. However in watching this clip I’m glad she kept prodding. In this she’s right. We are sick and tired of being replaced by ‘smart’ foreigners who refuse to assimilate. This time I say ‘Good for you Laura.’

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  8. The Judge says:

    As a trial lawyer with hundreds of jury trials won, I also join you in pointing out Ingraham’s poor interrogation technique. When I offer a witness to the jury, I make sure the witness look at the jury and gives evidence in his own way, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION. I “fly speck” afterwards. She is on TV every night, we are used to her, no big deal. Can you imagine offering an important or interesting guest to the world, —-and bloviating half the time AWAY FROM THE GUEST. I like Ingraham, but this is very poor technique. Cutting down your own witness! But the worst is that old blabermouth Lou Dobbs, then Hannity (who knows more, but does the same and is a broken record to boot), Tucker Carlson is much better. The best is Mark Levin.

    Advice to them: Bring great guests on your show, put the spotlight on them, draw them out, and LET THEM TALK !

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    • stenwin77 says:

      Someone needs to advise the America-First President that he’s dead wrong on the H1B visas taking American jobs.

      I am glad Laura “spoke for me” in this interview. I’m not particularly a Laura fan but I was cheering her on in this interview.

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      • unmaskreality says:

        Yup, shes 100% right on this issue and I’m glad she pushed back on it. However she did interrupt way too many times.

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        • swissik says:

          To me Laura is the female version of Hannity, except for her better education. Way too much blabbing without content. Most of her guests have more interesting things to say than she has, if only she would let them. Dobbs has somewhat improved but occasionally still falls back to the old ways, too much blab as well as self-adulation. Sometimes I wonder whether there are mirrors in the studio on which they can watch themselves.

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  9. I only watch a little of Lou Dobbs at all regularly anymore. I doubt I missed anything by not seeing this interview, Sundance et al. have already gone over it. I regard this as a Presidential peptalk I don’t need (and frankly, I could have used it a week and a half ago, when I wanted to see the President publically leading on Soleimani, not Pompeo et al.).

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    • I don’t think you should encourage any of these talking heads, by watching them regularly. Until the coup d’etat is strangled and the perpetrators are imprisoned or worse, “business as usual” (especially among these media remoras) is as illegitimate as our government.

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    • stenwin77 says:

      Doesn’t Lou Dobbs comment on CTH from time to time ?

      I watch Lou every night – he has some great guests and he’s pro-Trump.

      Tucker Carlson is unwatchable to me. His true colors are slowly being exposed.

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      • steph_gray says:

        I like Lou, and I don’t notice bigtime interruptions from him. His guests are great and his commentary smart.

        Eating our own again, sigh.

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      • Baycity Duckhunter says:

        Lou Dobbs does tend to badger his guests when they elide the question, but he also confronts the Generals that are in support endless wars. He has some interesting guests, but thank goodness I have Tivo and can skip the commercials and some of his guests that just blather.

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  10. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    I think Laura made some great points. Wage gains have mostly risen for blue collar positions. Salaries for engineering and business majors have stayed mostly flat. Yet it is these types of workers that POTUS is mainly implying in his ‘qualified’ category. Keep in mind that in most industrial and manufacturing companies, management and supervision is mainly populated with engineers and business majors. I think more needs to be done to encourage STEM and business related careers here in the states rather than open the doors to an H1B free for all. More students will pursue STEM and business careers when these careers compete with doctors lawyers and other ‘studies’ related career paths.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      That’s a generation long project. At least 10 years from when STEM takes hold. But it s essential to get there along with General Civics, American and World History taught with truth.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      That’s a generation long project. At least 10 years from when STEM takes hold. But it s essential to get there along with General Civics, American and World History taught with truth.

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  11. UberRight says:

    “Cable television would be out of business…” Great parting shot!

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  12. TwoLaine says:

    I watched this live last night, and one of the more hilarious moments for me was when President TRUMP was asked about something that was being reported. He said it was FAKE NEWS. She came back with, but it was the WSJ. He said again, FAKE NEWS. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Poor Laura. It happens to all of you more often than you know. The thing is, WE KNOW, even if you don’t! And we are not afraid to call you on it. Fox and WSJ do not walk on water. We see you for what you are and are not. PERIOD.

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  14. Gunner says:

    President Trump — buy airtime on any network you can, and have a chat with us once every two weeks or so (I’ll contribute). No media, no pundits…just you and us. Maybe take a few calls, or respond to e-mails, texts, etc. No more than an hour. Call it ‘Trump and Us’.

    You’ve proven, without any doubt, that we don’t need these sanctimonious blowhards…and, yes, that includes FOX!

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  16. stenwin77 says:

    This is pretty serious stuff. If we Deplorable/Conservatives don’t hold President Trump’s feet to the fire, who will ? This is how great presidents turn into George W Bushes – his base doesn’t keep him from taking the “easy” path on these issues. I remember when George Bush could do NO wrong so he felt empowered to try amnesty and it all went downhill from there. Let’s not allow this to happen to our great President Trump. He must stand for the American worker !

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    • stenwin77 says:

      It was the immigration/amnesty issue that finally separated Bush from his base. It looks like history is repeating itself. PLEASE Mr. President, don’t let it happen again !

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      • If people are this upset about the immigration issue, then you need to do what the vape people did; flood the WH with complaints and cite examples to support your position. Right now, he has been convinced that there aren’t enough smart Americans to do these jobs. To threaten to not vote for him is like cutting off your nose to spite your face.

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    • It does seem like he has been convinced that Americans are not smart enough to do these jobs. Someone “got” to him, probably his business friends. I do know there is one problem; there is a business here who is having hard time finding employees because they have to pass a drug test and a criminal background check. Apparently, most people can’t pass one or both of these. Here, I am guessing drug test is the one….lots of drugs not only in the city but also lots of meth labs etc in the country.

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  17. RC23321 says:

    Faux pushing the whole “What is Trump trying to hide?” narrative. This Country is DONE. Welcome to the USSR comrades.

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    • stenwin77 says:

      I’ll take a little rudeness to challenge our President on this. We can’t have a face to face with him – she can, and she used it to speak frankly what millions of his voters are thinking. I am grateful she did.

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      • RC23321 says:

        I was referring more to Faux in general. They had a headline up about Bolton and Trump not wanting him to testify for about 18 hours. Go on any lib controlled comment board and you’ll see that’s the major talking point right now. Yes, they think John Bolton is their savior and that HE will finally be the one to bring down Trump and yes, I know they are CRAZY.

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  18. Zorro says:

    People ask “are the H1Bs smarter than Americans”. The answer in many cases is yes. The reason is that out of a billion people they can send us the extreme right side of their IQ bell curve to compete against our whole bell curve.

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    • I beg to differ; I have worked on projects with people from India and they are not smarter. And the work ethic is no where near Americans. It takes them longer to accomplish anything because they have to have breakfast, at work, before they start work.

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    • Sigh2016 says:

      Not true. Some are some aren’t. They work for a lower rate than Americans–which is still incredibly high for what they would make in India–and they never question decisions from management–even for the better of the company’s interest.

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    • mimbler says:

      We never had the whole bell curve working in STEM. Those have always come from the brightest of Americans.

      I saw where now a McDonald’s manager gets 100,000k. Why would our best and brightest go through the years and cost of getting an engineering degree to make the same amount?

      And quite frankly, as a retired engineer, I can state that neither the schooling nor the job is particularly fun. We got the good people, because it was financially stable and financially rewarding.

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  19. Ok says:

    Bringing in foreigners legal or the mass of illegals. Has and will always keep wages down for the American workers and profits up for the corporations.
    Americans say they want Americans to do the jobs. Which would be the right way for this country to conduct business. History shows this has not been the case.
    Yet the majority of people seek and demand the lowest price on everything they purchase or consume. The question is it worth for Americans to save ten cents on head of lettuce to one hundred dollars on newest phone?
    So who is the real creator / culprit of illegals and foreign workers that suppress wages for everyone . So your neighbor is replaced by Juan or Mukesh . You might want to look in the mirror.

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    • mimbler says:

      And the sad thing is you don’t really save that 10 cents for a head of lettuce. The associated costs of the immigrants are borne by the government, and eventually by us in taxes.

      Our lettuce would be cheaper in total costs, if we paid a living wage to Americans to tend it.

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  20. sinnednosibor says:

    Thank you Conservative Treehouse… you are among the best and most inciteful news and analysis

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  21. rvsueandcrew says:

    Look at the President and look at Laura in the same frame. The President is dressed in a suit. Laura is dressed as if she’s going out for cocktails at the local tavern. Okay, I’m in the minority when I say I’d wish women would dress appropriately. I mean….. too tight? too short? bright red? Bare above the knees to sit opposite the President to interview him? The only thing professional about that look, Laura, is fit for the oldest profession of women.

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  22. John schwarz says:

    9/11 twin towers — 9/11 Ukraine aid. I would shame Pelosi et al for not noticing how this date binds our two countries together. Also Lincoln deliberately had his enemies in his cabinet, he listened to their advice (Trump – listened to everybody who testified)but both made the final decision. Finally among other skills Trump is a world class liar(critical in diplomacy) so you can only see the results of his diplomacy (treaty) not how it’s accomplished.

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  23. law4lifeblog says:

    All Laura knows how to do is parrot dem talking points to PT….can’t think for herself on anything but immigration, and then she’s rude.

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  24. Magabear says:

    Two things can both be true at the same time: Laura was both right and rude.

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  25. Jeff Jacobs says:

    We have taken in more immigrants in the past 30 years than the rest of the world combined. We are now at roughly 330 m population and significant problems of overtaxed and worn out infrastructure, ovdrcrowded schools, crushing traffic, paving over of forests grasslands wetlands etc. We need to stop this overgrowth and need a moratorium–full stop–on immigration.

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    • American Heritage says:

      Surprising that no one has mentioned the Marxist strategy of displacing traditional middle class Americans with culturally divergent and even antithetical immigrants. Of course, they sell it to the gullible as humanitarian rescue of the “tired, poor, huddled masses, yearning to breathe free.” It’s no such thing. It’s war on our people and our Constitutional, capitalist republic.

      And don’t just shrug off the “white supremacy” propaganda campaign. It’s what the Nazis did to the Jews to sufficiently dehumanize them so their destruction became of no particular importance to the other “nice” people of Germany.

      The border/immigration battle is far more than low wages and taking American jobs. Don’t lose sight of the overall Leftist assault on Western civilization and the American way of life.

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  26. alliwantissometruth says:

    Our Presidents are now aristocratic royalty, where the peasants must bow and show absolute deference?

    Give me a break. The President and the office must be shown respect, but we’re all commoners and the President can be called out like anyone else

    Do we want an enemy of the people type media where, when interviewing Obama, they sit in silent adoration and never question anything?

    Look, we all love our President and his amazing accomplishments, and we know he takes all the abuse for us, but Donald Trump is a man, and he’s a man living in the grotesque pressure cooker of special interests, back stabbing, deception and monumental corruption known as Washington

    The people who have his ear are mostly the club insiders, and the pressure to go along to get along can be great

    He can be fallible like any other human being when under immense pressure

    President Trump is at his best when we the people are his main focus, and there’s nothing wrong with interrupting a conversation to remind him of just that

    We’re not in the Oval Office or on the phone with him everyday, the insiders are, and like anyone else, being reminded it’s the people who love you and stand behind you that means the most brings a renewed sense of purpose and devotion

    President Trump is the peoples President, and we can help him be just that by reminding him of that if he strays a little off the path

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  27. Old Teller says:

    How full of yourself do you need to be to interup the President Of The United States to crack a funny?
    The arrogance of Ingram and Hannity is embarrassing.

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  28. Per the immigration issue: I went to get a hair cut today and the guy who cuts my hair vapes. I asked him about what was going on, etc and he said to me that he calls the WH once a week regarding vaping. So, what I suggest is that people do the same thing regarding the immigration issue…start calling the WH once a week expressing your unhappiness with the President’s current stance, or whatever you want to say. My hair dresser said that the person you talk to doesn’t really care but I said to him, that’s ok, because they are counting calls pro and con.

    One thing the vapers have on their side is that the vaping business is well, a business and lobbying the President for the vapers. Probably not so lucky with immigration, but I don’t know, maybe an organization needs to be formed to lobby for people losing their jobs to foreigner working for lower wages.

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  29. Alleycats says:

    There is never an acceptable reason to be rude to your interview subject. Period.
    Her manners are appalling.

    Arguing in favor of outright rudeness because of the issue being discussed is rather obtuse.

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  30. arsumbris says:

    My respect for Laura shot through the roof with this interview.

    This is why we need to reject the RINO Conservatarian Inc. morons like Charlie Kirk and anyone who falls for their neocon, formerly-anti-trump-turned-maga garbage about “stapling green cards to diplomas”. This is why it’s cancer having people like Kushner and Ivanka in the white house, where they do nothing but shill for progressive agendas and tell Trump he’s buying political capital by giving America’s enemies what they want.

    American Economic Nationalism — on all fronts — or else the Globalists win, and reduce our Republic to “just another province” where banks accept investments.

    To all the “tone police” clutching their pearls about “Laura being rude”: straighten yourselves out, figure out what’s really at stake:

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