NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Whether or not he has the legal authority to, President Donald Trump has made it crystal clear he intends to sign an executive order ending the practice of “birthright citizenship,” and since making his intentions known, the country has been embroiled in yet another public debate of a Trump administration move.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, given her long time support of the president, Fox News host Laura Ingraham told her viewers in an internet-exclusive clip that she is “fully supports” Trump’s attempt to circumvent the 14th Amendment, even though the development took her quite by surprise.
“I really did not see it coming. It really snuck up on me,” Ingraham said. “I did some thinking about it, and I gotta say, I think this is 100% the Reich move.”
Ingraham told her viewers that if they want to keep their country “white, right, and tight,” they need to support ending birthright citizenship.
“Sure, literally every citizen alive today came from some kind of immigrant, unless their parents were full-blooded natives,” Ingraham said, “but is there nothing more white American than pulling the very same ladder you climbed out from under everyone else before they get a chance to? Is it really racist to only want white people to have the power in society?”
The Fox News host also said that she didn’t immediately decide to support Trump, like she “usually” does. Instead, she went to one of her new favorite restaurants to sit and think about it.
“By the way, if you haven’t tried that new hip burger joint, Dat Cow, I cannot recommend it enough to you,” Ingraham said. “They heat their ovens with books you bring them to burn! What a fantastic idea!”