Laura Ingraham Biography
Laura Ingraham is a Republican television host from the United States. Ingraham is the editor-in-chief of LifeZette and the host of The Ingraham Angle on Fox News Channel since October 2017. She previously hosted the nationally syndicated radio show The Laura Ingraham Show for nearly two decades, is the editor-in-chief of LifeZette, and has been the host of The Laura Ingraham Show since October 2017.
How old is Laura Ingraham? – Age
She is 58 years old as of 19 June 2021. She was born Laura Anne Ingraham in 1963 in Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States.
Laura Ingraham Family
She is the daughter of Anne Caroline (née Kozak) and James Frederick Ingraham III. Her father was of Irish and English heritage, and her maternal ancestors were Polish immigrants.
Is Laura Ingle of Fox News Married?
She is not married. She is the mother of three children: a Guatemalan girl adopted in 2008, a Russian boy adopted in 2009, and a son adopted in 2011.
Where did Laura Ingraham go to school?
In 1981, she graduated from Glastonbury High School. Dartmouth College awarded Ingraham a B.A. in 1985. Ingraham graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law with a Juris Doctorate in 1991.
How much is Laura Ingraham Net worth? – Salary
Laura has an estimated net worth of $40 million. She earns an annual salary of $15 Million.
Laura Ingraham Radio
In April 2001, Ingraham debuted The Laura Ingraham Show. The program was broadcast on 306 stations as well as XM Satellite Radio. It was initially syndicated by Westwood One, but in 2004 it was transferred to Talk Radio Network. Talkers Magazine named Ingraham’s show the No. 5 radio show in America in 2012. She announced her retirement from Talk Radio Network in November 2012, declining to renew her contract with the network after nearly a decade of service. She was the second big host from TRN’s lineup to leave the network that year; The Savage Nation, the network’s other major program, had left two months prior. Her new show, which was syndicated by Courtside Entertainment Group, premiered on January 2, 2013, and ran until December 2018. For Courtside’s PodcastOne branch, Ingraham continues to produce podcast content.
Laura Ingraham “Shut up and dribble”
Laura Ingraham was chastised for saying LeBron James and Kevin Durant of the NBA should “shut up and dribble.” Her remarks came a week after James spoke with ESPN’s Cari Champion about his personal life as well as politics, calling President Donald Trump’s remarks “laughable and terrifying.” Ingraham said in a statement that she has been using the term ‘Shut Up & Sing’ for over 15 years to respond to musicians who speak out about politics. When white player Drew Brees made his own political statement in 2020, she changed her tune and defended his right to free speech.
Laura Ingraham Covid
During the coronavirus pandemic, Ingraham advocated for the administration of the experimental medication hydroxychloroquine. She questioned whether or not there had been many attempts to “disprove the drug’s efficacy” was “caused solely by Trump’s hatred?” Is it a Fox? What do you think of me?” The Food and Drug Administration canceled the Emergency Approval on June 15, 2020. (and chloroquine) The FDA stated that the potential advantages of treating COVID-19 did not outweigh the hazards, based on a study of selected research.
Laura Ingraham Career
Several media publications have referred to Ingraham as a “name-brand provocateur.” She is well-known for her anti-immigration beliefs and ardent support for Donald Trump. Allowing more foreign laborers to come to the United States would be “obscene to the American experience,” she remarked in 2014. She voted against the bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform bill introduced by the US Senate in 2013. During her final year at Dartmouth, Ingraham served as editor-in-chief of the independent student newspaper The Dartmouth Review.
In 1984, she sent an undercover reporter to a university Gay Students Association meeting, and she later faced backlash after publishing a transcript of the meeting that contained the names of the attendees. Laura Ingraham, a conservative radio presenter, has previously spoken out against immigration reform. She chastised House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in 2014 when he showed support for the DREAM Act and a GOP bill that would provide young immigrants a road to citizenship. She also chastised Republican congressman Renee Elmers for voting in favor of a comprehensive immigration measure that offered a road to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country at the time.
On June 18, 2018, she compared detention centers where children are separated from their illegal immigrant parents to “summer camps” that “resemble boarding schools” on The Ingraham Angle. She also called criticism of the program of family separation “fake liberal outrage.” In August 2018, she stated that in some sections of the country, America we know and love no longer exists. Her remarks were described by the Washington Post as a statement of “white angst.” Her ideas have been characterized by some in the mainstream media as embracing the white genocide conspiracy theory.
Laura Ingraham has come under fire for suggesting that NBA players LeBron James and Kevin Durant “shut up and dribble.” Ingraham featured a graphic on her show in May 2019 depicting “prominent voices blocked on social media,” including Paul Nehlen, who was banned from Twitter after making anti-Semitic slurs against Meghan Markle. She said in September 2014 that President Obama provided aid to Africa during the 2014 Ebola outbreak because he felt guilty about “colonialism.”
After mocking David Hogg, a 17-year-old student survivor of the Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, Ingraham’s show was boycotted by 27 advertisers in March 2018. She shifted course in 2020 when white player Drew Brees made his own political commentary and defended his right to free speech. She supports Israel, which she refers to as “one of our closest allies.” She slammed China’s “brutal violation of basic human rights” and the re-education centers in Xinjiang for Muslim minorities.