Laura Ingraham: Ed Gillespie’s ‘Dance’ Around Trump’s Support ‘Came Off as Desperate’

‘That tells you a populist conservative like [Donald] Trump who has a strong personality and strong message did do better’

Laura Ingraham: Ed Gillespie’s ‘Dance’ Around Trump’s Support ‘Came Off As Desperate’ (Mediaite)
 

On Tuesday night, Laura Ingraham weighed in on the Virginia gubernatorial race that resulted in a victory for Democrat Ralph Northam.

She began by telling The Washington Examiner‘s Byron York that the GOP candidate Ed Gillespie “never jumped onboard the Trump train” and was an “old Bush hand,” but he “is who he is” which wasn’t a populist conservative.

Among many things, York mentioned that in parts of Virginia, Northam performed better than Hillary Clinton did during the 2016 election.

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