Laura Ingraham

America needs renewal. America needs a leader who sees his job solely as making the lives of the average Americans better.

Laura Ingraham is the host of the syndicated talk radio show “The Laura Ingraham Show,” which airs in 225 markets in the United States. She is a regular contributor on Fox News Channel as well as the editor-in-chief and founder of the website LifeZette, which bills itself as a cultural and political news source for conservatives and independents.

Ingraham gave a high-profile speech at the Republican National Convention in July 2016 in Cleveland. She used the opportunity to chastise fellow Republican hold-outs for not supporting Donald Trump in his nomination bid, which was ultimately successful.

Ingraham is the author of No. 1 New York Times bestsellers Power to the People and The Obama Diaries, as well as Shut Up and Sing and The Hillary Trap.

A graduate of New Hampshire’s Dartmouth College and the University of Virginia Law School, Ingraham has worked as a defence attorney, served as a law clerk for the Supreme Court of the United States and was a speechwriter for Ronald Reagan’s administration.

She has three young children—all adopted—and is a passionate advocate for both domestic and international adoption efforts. She and her family reside in Washington, D.C.