Trump: Quit Watching Laura Ingraham And Watch Greg Kelly

Former President Donald Trump urged his supporters to stop watching Fox News host Laura Ingraham and start watching Newsmax host Greg Kelly.

Trump’s attack on Ingraham came as the host criticized the former president for what she claimed were “poor” poll numbers in several crucial states, suggesting President Joe Biden would beat him.

“Laura Ingraham on FoxNews just did a hit piece on me (there go her ratings!) showing some polls which indicate that Ron DeSanctimonious may do better against Biden than I would, when actually polls show that I do MUCH better against Biden than ‘Rob,’” Trump wrote on Truth Social.

“The poll your looking at now, which has me doing far better against Crooked Joe, was just put out by FOX, I am sure unhappily. I’m also leading DeSanctus by over 40 points in Primary Voting. Watch Greg Kelly on Newsmax at 10:00 P.M,” Trump continued.

In her recent show, Ingraham interviewed Chris Bedford, executive editor of Common Sense Society, who claimed that Republicans such as DeSantis or Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) could beat Biden.

The polls Ingraham cited, Bedform claimed, show Biden “is consistently beating Donald Trump.” Ingraham’s choosing of the survey angered Trump.

The latest presidential poll by Harvard Harris shows Trump defeating Biden nationwide by seven points, 47-40. The poll shows DeSantis tied with Biden, 42-42, with 16% of respondents saying they were “unsure” of both candidates.

In a potential sign of concern for Democrats, Biden barely “defeated” Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley in the poll, received 40% support compared to Haley’s 38%.

“DeSantis is announcing in a much more difficult environment than a few months ago, but most voters believe he can still mount a serious challenge,” Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll, said.

The poll comes as Trump remains the Republican front-runner to challenge Biden in 2024. DeSantis, who has not officially announced a presidential bid, is seen as Trump’s main rival and generally polls in second place.

The Harvard CAPS/ Harris poll surveyed over 2,000 registered voters in the U.S. It collaborated with the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University and the Harris poll.