What happened to Laura Ingraham’s arm? Concerned fans of the Ingraham Angle on Fox News took to Twitter looking for an answer. We reveal what we know so far and take a closer look at Ingraham herself.

Who is Laura Ingraham?

Laura Ingraham is an American television host working for Fox News.

She was born in Glastonbury, Connecticut on 19 June 1963, where her mother worked as a waitress and her father owned a car wash.

Ingraham studied at Dartmouth College and became the editor of a right-wing student newspaper called The Dartmouth Review. She also has a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.

She is the host of the Ingraham Angle on Fox News, which covers the day’s latest news stories and some more controversial topics from time to time. As part of her coverage, Ingraham often speaks to everyday people affected by the decisions made in Washington.

From 2000 on, Ingraham ran her own radio show which had over five million listeners per week.

She is now one of the most watched female news anchors in the United States.

What happened to Laura Ingraham’s arm?

So far, Laura Ingraham hasn’t talked about what happened to her arm.

However, we know that she is currently wearing a cast on her left wrist.

On a recent episode of the Ingraham Angle broadcast yesterday her wrist was heavily bound by a cast. By the looks of it, it could be some sort of break, fracture or sprain. However, nothing has been confirmed.

Screenshot taken from YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzHWKHxDd44

Twitter reacts to the Fox News host’s injury

Many on Twitter are wishing Laura Ingraham the best with her injured arm.

Others seem simply perplexed. They’re asking Ingraham to be open about exactly what happened to her arm.

It appears that fans will remain in the dark until Ingraham decides to share the story behind her recent injury.

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