Laura Ingraham proposed a Hillary Clinton-Liz Cheney 2024 presidential ticket in Wednesday’s opening monologue of “The Ingraham Angle,” saying the two had quite a bit in common.

“Hillary and Liz Cheney, they do have a lot in common,” Ingraham said. “Both these gals are committed globalists. They favor open borders and are pro-China. … They’re both pro-Big Tech and both benefited hugely from nepotism. But most importantly, they both have dim views of … grassroot Republicans.”


The Fox News host also noted they share an unhappy demeanor, saying that “Hillary’s been miserable … for decades.”

“And Liz Cheney always looks and sounds like, I don’t know, she’s passing a kidney stone,” she added.

Ingraham played off of a Wall Street Journal opinion suggesting Hillary could run for president in 2024, and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman’s suggestion of a Biden-Cheney 2024 ticket.

“The Democrats have no intention of sharing power with the never-Trumpers,” Ingraham reacted. “They never did. The whole point of their lies was to create a dynamic where they can discredit everything that’s normal and shift the country radically to the left. That’s why they want to undermine our constitution, our elections, our culture and our history. So they can replace it with hard-left control.”