• Ann Coulter

    Last updated: October 19, 2016

    Ann Coulter is an American political commentator and writer. She also makes appearances on TV and the radio. Ann attended college at Cornell University. The first book that gained her attention was about Bill Clinton and his impeachment. Ann owns her own syndicated column which appears on newspapers and websites. Being conservative and willing to “stir up the pot” is something she is well known for.

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    Ann Coulter Religion

    Ann Coulter is a Christian who practices Presbyterianism. She was raised in a conservative household with Catholic and Protestant parents. Ann has been quoted saying, “Christianity fuels everything I write”. She believes that Christianity should be the religion of America and is very open about her religious beliefs.

    Ann Coulter Political Views

    She has been a Republican her whole life and was that way by her parents. Coulter even admits that she identified as a conservative in Kindergarten. Her work involves books and columns focused on her conservative beliefs. As mentioned before, she seems to not care about “offending” others when she writes or is on TV. In 2016, she supported presidential nominee Donald Trump. Because of her support She even went as far as writing a book about him, In Trump We Trust.

    Ann Coulter Hobbies

    She spends her spare time writing books and columns. She has also said that she likes being a pundit and even enjoys watching CSpan. It seems like politics and conservatism are truly something she enjoys outside of work.

    Who is she dating?

    Currently Ann is single. In the past she was engaged twice, but has never married. Some of the people she has dated include Dinesh D’Souza and Andrew Stein. Surprisingly enough, Andrew is a liberal democrat which seems quit ironic for her. But maybe it’s because opposites attract as they say.

    Random Fact

    She appeared on the 2016 Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lower. She received a lot of boo’s and negative comments for trying to promote her book and talking mostly about politics. But clearly she enjoys the attention and continues to not care about what others think.