Ann Coulter

“I didn’t think he was a genius, but I didn’t think he was that stupid,” the conservative pundit griped in a podcast with Andrew Sullivan.
Multiple people were arrested. One woman interrupted the right-wing author's address, calling her a "Nazi."
Coulter, a right-wing pundit and former Trump supporter, has officially crossed the line with the president.
“Thank God he has relieved me of any responsibility for what he’s been doing,” said the right-wing scold.
People on Twitter immediately compared the president's comment to the singer's iconic diss.
"If he signs this bill, it's over," the right-wing commentator said about the president's national emergency declaration.
The far-right commentator went after Media Matters' Eric Hananoki after he revealed an ICE senior adviser's appreciation for her.
Ann Coulter called it “the lamest, sappiest, most intentionally tear-jerking” one she’d ever heard.
"Real Time" host Bill Maher asked Coulter when she first realized Trump was "a lying conman."
”There’s no pathway to citizenship, there’s no permanent status here at all,” the vice president said Sunday after some conservatives criticized the plan.