Former President Donald Trump has denounced conservative commentator Ann Coulter as an “unbearably insane” pundit.
On Wednesday, Trump lashed out at Coulter for “already being” in two posts on The Truth Society. While it’s unclear whether the former president’s comments about Coulter were in response to anything specific, she has become one of his fiercest Republican critics since initially endorsing his successful 2016 presidential campaign .
Last month, Coulter called Trump a “giant baby” who “barely speaks English” in an opinion piece published in The New York Times. New York Times. On Wednesday, she praised Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Trump’s rival for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, on Facebook, claiming he is “the only one” who “will use our military to defend Americans.” candidates.
In the Truth Society post, Trump accused Coulter of becoming “hostile and angry” after her 2016 victory and deciding not to meet what she called her demands to “get involved in everything.” The former president explained that he rejected Coulter because she was “not worth the trouble,” while also calling her a “ruthless loser.”
“Ann Coulter, the washed-out political ‘expert’ who predicted my victory in 2016, then became unbearably crazy about her demands and wanted to be a part of it all, to everyone’s consternation Yes, she has a very ‘nervous’ energy with hostility and anger at every point of her,” Trump wrote. “Like so many others, I just don’t want her around – she’s not worth the trouble!”
“PAGE 2: Ann Coulter has always been a ruthless loser!!!” he added.
Weekly newspaper We reached out to Coulter for comment via email and Facebook message on Wednesday.
Kurt, author of the book We Trust Trump: From Better! In 2016, she made scathing comments about the former president in recent years, at least as harsh as she was on Wednesday.
In 2021, Coulter called Trump “narcissistic, ridiculous, cheesy, vulgar” and “terribly stupid.” Last week, she called Trump a “coronavirus tyrant” while dismissing a video of him vowing to “not comply” with any new mask rules.
Coulter also called for convictions on at least some of the 91 felony criminal charges the former president now faces. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges and has claimed to be the victim of a political “witch hunt” and “election interference”.
The right-wing pundit may have joked that part of Trump’s punishment following his conviction could include being “forced to build a wall on the Texas-Mexico border” after being “assigned to a prison working gang.”
Personal insults aside, one of Coulter’s main criticisms of the former president was his failure to finish the border wall, which she said amounted to a “direct betrayal of his supporters” by the former president.