You have to give Ann Coulter credit. She isn’t afraid to talk to anyone, even in places which are obviously very hostile to her. She went on The View this week and explained the skewed polls and other issues to the ladies.
Partial transcript via News Busters:
Ann Coulter Schools ‘The View’ Co-Hosts About Polls, Taxes, Immigrants
While the discussion started off on a friendly note, it quickly degenerated into an argument regarding such topics as Donald Trump’s poll numbers, the president’s intent to cut taxes and his promise to complete a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
During the first segment of the interview, comedian Joy Behar stated: “We believe in free speech here,” and Whoopi Goldberg declared: “Berkeley, you made a mistake, man. Everyone’s entitled to their opinion. That’s the law.”
But the second part of the discussion included an assertion by the co-hosts about the president‘s low approval ratings. Coulter defended him by saying: “I think polls, apparently, don’t work in the age of Trump” since he was expected to lose last year’s election to Democrat Hillary Clinton by a wide margin and won instead.
At another point, the conservative guest stated: “Journalists weren’t reading his immigration policy paper. He actually put out one entire policy paper on nothing but how Mexico will pay for the wall.”
The president “put out one piece of paper recently outlining his tax reform plan, right, in very broad strokes,” co-host Sunny Hostin noted, but “it could save corporations trillions of dollars, which would directly benefit the Trump family and Trump’s businesses. Does that at all bother you, and does it bother you we haven’t seen his tax papers?”
“It totally doesn’t bother me that we haven’t seen his tax papers,” Coulter said. “I think he enjoys driving the press crazy.”
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It’s certainly entertaining television.
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