Laura Ingraham Advertising Boycott: Here Are the Companies That Have Pulled Out of Fox News Host's Show

Ace Hardware is the latest company to pull its advertisements from the Laura Ingraham show, according to an exclusive from The Wrap.

A spokeswoman from the company said that the hardware chain will no longer be advertising with the Fox News host on her show, The Ingraham Angle. The company confirmed it’s leaving from the show to Newsweek.

“Thank you for reaching out to us. We do not have any plans to nationally advertise on Ingraham’s show in the future,” read the statement.

There have been at least 18 companies so far that have stopped advertising on the show—The Daily Beast reports that Jos. A. Bank has also removed its ads from the show—after Ingraham mocked Parkland student David Hogg last week for being rejected from schools he applied to. In response, Hogg posted a list of Ingraham’s advertisers compiled by Media Matters and urged his followers to boycott the listed companies.

Ingraham apologized and went on a week hiatus after she was slammed for her remarks.

Despite her apology, there have been numerous companies who have pulled from Ingraham’s show. Here is a list of advertisers that have pulled from the show so far:

Hulu: The popular streaming service tweeted its decision last week to no longer advertise on Ingraham’s show.

"We'd like to confirm that we are no longer advertising on Laura Ingraham's show and are monitoring all of our ad placements carefully," the company said. 

Expedia: The travel site told CNBC they pulled its advertising from Ingraham’s show last week. 

TripAdvisor: In a statement to CBS, TripAdvisor said while they believe in “the free exchange of ideas within a community,” the travel site made the decision to cut their advertising ties with Ingraham and her show due to her remarks.

"We do not, however, condone the inappropriate comments made by this broadcaster. In our view, these statements focused on a high school student, cross the line of decency," a company spokesperson told CBS.

Johnson & Johnson: The company confirmed to HuffPost they "will pull advertising from Ms. Ingraham's show."

Bayer: "We have stopped advertising on Laura Ingraham and we have no plans to resume any time in the future," Bayer tweeted on Saturday. 


Office Depot: The office retail store has pulled its ads from the show, The Daily Beast reported.

Honda: Honda also told The Daily Beast it would no longer be advertising with Ingraham last Friday. 

Nestlé: "We have no plans to buy ads on the show in the future," the food company told HuffPost.

Wayfair: The company previously told Newsweek that the company supports debate and dialogue on different viewpoints of topics, but "the decision of an adult to personally criticize a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with our values.”

Nutrish: "We are in the process of removing our ads from Laura Ingraham's program," the pet food company tweeted last Thursday.

Ruby Tuesday: "We have no further airings of our ad scheduled on Laura Ingraham's program," the restaurant chain tweeted last week to a customer. 

Miracle-Ear: The hearing aid company announced its decision to remove advertisements last week.

"As of this morning, we have removed The Ingraham Angle from our TV advertising plan," the company tweeted.

Liberty Mutual Insurance: The insurance company told The Hill that it is not going to run any more advertisements on Ingraham’s show because her remarks were "inconsistent with our values as a company, especially when it comes to treating others with dignity and respect."

Atlantis, Paradise Island: The Bahamas resort also told The Hill they were going to take their business elsewhere.

"Although we are an organization that believes in freedom of expression, we do not condone discrimination, bullying, mockery or harmful behavior of any kind," the company told The Hill in a statement last week. 

Jos. A. Bank: The Daily Beast reported the men’s clothing retailer had also pulled their advertisements from The Ingraham Angle.

Jenny Craig: The weight-loss company told HuffPost "We have decided to take steps to discontinue advertising on this show."


Stitch Fix: The clothing subscription company said in a statement to HuffPost that they were no longer going to advertise with The Ingraham Angle because they “believe it was the right thing to do after statements from the host crossed the line of decency."