Laura Ingraham hosted Lucienne Goldberg.
Goldberg said the Tea Party groups have been ill formed that gave great hopes, but have disappointed and Ingraham said leadersless movements don't last. Both said great candidates with a strong message are needed to win.
Goldberg said Monica Lewinsky has been badly nandled and that the Vanity Fair piece have been linked to Barbara Walters farewell. She said no one cares about Bill Clinton's affairs and that this has nothing to do with Hillary Clinton approving the interview to get the issue off the table.
Goldberg said Hillary Clinton and her private detectives have been destroying Bill Clinton's women for years. She feels Monica Lewinsky was not well merchandised. Ingraham and Goldberg compared the treatment of Clinton's women to the alleged feminist views on workplace harassment.
Goldberg agreed Jeb Bush could be a good president and Hillary Clinton and Bush are yesterday's news. She also doesn't think Hillary Clinton will win due to Benghazi.