When confronted with Trump's defense of Charlottesville Nazis, Laura Ingraham claims it's "not what he said"

When confronted with Trump's defense of Charlottesville Nazis, Laura Ingraham claims it's "not what he said"

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From the October 9 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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SCOTT BOLDEN: By the way, your titular head of the GOP, the president of the United States is not only the most divisive but his unhinged statements, his statements about Nazis being decent people, him taking and ordering babies taken from immigrants --

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): No that's not, that's not what he said.

BOLDEN: That's exactly what he said. He said there are good people on both sides.

INGRAHAM: No. I think what he was trying to say and at the time I said --

BOLDEN: Oh, I can't tell you what he was trying to say, I'll tell you what he said.

INGRAHAM: Scott, this is, I understand what you're trying to do. I'm actually trying to do an intervention for the Democrats.

Previously:

Fox to viewers: Democrats are coming to kill you

Watch Tucker Carlson's attempt to call Democrats dangerous get derailed when guest reminds him of right-wing violence and Trump's rhetoric

Lou Dobbs on Democrats: "It's a war on this country"

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