Laura Ingraham thinks Democrats will not see another politician like Barack Obama for a long time.
Obama is a “once in a lifetime politician for the Democrats,” Ingraham said on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Tuesday, calling the president “articulate” and “very bold.”
The radio talk show host and founder of “LifeZette” commented on the president’s farewell speech in Chicago as a “well-produced event” that triggered an emotional response.
His campaign platform and slogan were built on emotion and theatrics, Ingraham explained.
“They were able to conjure up emotion about this idea of hope that was untethered to the reality of the day,” she said. “It was a fantasy.”
Ingraham pointed out that the country is less believing in the progressive agenda since Obama first took office eight years ago.
“Barack Obama had a great opportunity to change the country for the better,” she said, “sadly, for someone of his background, he squandered a lot of those opportunities as a partisan, as an ideologue.”
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