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With the UK the UK’s EU-exit party scoring big in the European elections, Fox News host Laura Ingraham claimed that many in Europe, “calling for their freedom,” the rejection of globalism and the incorrectly painted “anti-immigrant” by critics.
“In Europe, people are demanding their freedom from international restraints are not put on by the regulatory authorities, the white, and can’t react to your country, your people and their needs,” said Ingraham on Tuesday on “The Ingraham angle.”
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The Fox News host argued that these groups are unfairly slandered by the media and liberal groups.
“And if you read The New York Times, though, or CNN, you listen to them, they always use the word “anti-immigrant “or” Far-right parties in the game.’ Almost without exception, that the distinction is wrong,” Ingraham argued.
In the United Kingdom, veteran politician Nigel Farage of new British EU-exit party achieved great successes in elections to the European Parliament, with his party and several anti-British EU-exit parties dooming the ruling Conservative party and the Labour were opposition to humiliating defeats.
Italian nationalist leader, Matteo Salvini, after they secured an important victory for his League in the elections to the European Parliament in the last week, is eyeing an international Alliance of nationalists challenge in Brussels — although it is unclear how many other countries join.
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Ingraham is also the goal, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her role in Europe is declining.
“I think of Angela Merkel, the woman responsible for Europe, the consumption of 1 million refugees. Let’s face it, that was a disaster, from Italy to Sweden and everywhere in between,” said Ingraham.
Merkel appeared on CNN this weekend and spoke about the global and national development.
“Germany cannot and will not seek to decouple itself from the development, we are in the world. We see this also in Germany, but in Germany it is of course always in a certain context, the context of our past, that is, we need to be much more vigilant than others. We must say that our young people what the story said to others, and horror,” Merkel CNN’s Christiane Amanpour.
“The Terror? Well, In other words, if you voted for a populist or nationalist party, you have to empathize substantially, in a way, what Hitler, or Hitler? It’s ridiculous,” said Ingraham replied.
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Ingraham compared the problems of Europe’s top economy and touted as the future solution for Europe.
“As a trump have shown, here at home, a strong, muscular approach on trade, lower taxes, fewer regulations, and the foreign policy of ruthless realism. It is all pays off,” said Ingraham.