Fox News’s Laura IngrahamLaura Anne IngrahamHouse GOP wants Senate Republicans to do more on impeachment Vindman's lawyer requests Fox News retract guest's allegation about espionage Overnight Health Care: GOP senator says drug price action unlikely this year | House panel weighs ban on flavored e-cigs | New York sues Juul MORE dismissed the idea of reparations for the descendants of slaves on her podcast Thursday as “do-overs,” according to the Daily Beast.

Ingraham played a clip Thursday of author Ta-Nehisi Coates blasting Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellRepublicans aim to avoid war with White House over impeachment strategy New York Times editorial board calls for Trump's impeachment CNN's Cuomo promotes 'Dirty Donald' hashtag, hits GOP for 'loyalty oath' to Trump MORE (R-Ky.) for suggesting the election of Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaModerate or left of center — which is better for Democrats in 2020? Obama: Countries facing severe effects of climate change offer 'moral call to rest of the world' Democrats' self-inflicted diversity vulnerability MORE made reparations unnecessary.


Ingraham’s guest, Kentucky State professor Wilford Reilly, said reparations would open the door to Native Americans calling for the same.

“I mean, obviously both white and black soldiers, frankly, took this country from the Indians — the first people,” Reilly said.

“People would argue that the whole world, and I would, the whole world has been reshaped by people taking other people's land,” Ingraham responded. “It's called conquest.”

“There was an argument, sometime — I think it was the 1980s. There was a quote, you won, we lost, that's that. Describing world politics, we won, you lost, that's that. That's just the way it is,” she added.

McConnell’s remarks drew the ire of both Coates and presidential candidate Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerBooker leads other 2020 Dems in petition urging DNC to change debate qualifications The Hill's Campaign Report: 2020 Democrats trading jabs ahead of Los Angeles debate Booker cancels NH activities, campaign says he has the flu MORE (D-N.J.), who has introduced a bill to commission a study on the effect of reparations.

“I think that one of the big strikes of ignorance that he says there is that somehow this is about a compensation, in other words, writing a check to somebody and reducing the urgency of this conversation to simply that,” Booker told SiriusXM host Joe Madison on Wednesday.