In yet another desperate attempt to regain attention, Ann Coulter hitches her wagon to Donald Trump's star:
In a D.C.-based radio interview, best-selling author Ann Coulter Friday defended GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump and believes he could be a “nominee who could win” the election.
“Trump is different. We have been lied to for thirty years about immigration. That’s why Trump is striking this chord. He’s attractive. He’s tall. He’s hilariously funny. I think he could be not only a nominee who could win but a third party candidate who could win,” Coulter told WMAL Friday.
She admitted in the interview she has reversed her stance on opposing candidates who were not governors.
“The more I see Trump talk, the more it diminishes the other candidates,” Coulter said.
The “Adios, America!” author told WMAL a third party candidate would “be fantastic” considering the current Republican field for president.
“I promise you that if the nominee is Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry or really any of those midgets, our fate is sealed,” Coulter said. “The Republican isn’t winning if it’s Marco or Jeb Bush. It’s absolute madness… The polls show Donald Trump is way ahead.”