Ann Coulter Slams "Lazy Ignoramus" Trump: "All He Wants Is Goldman To Like Him"

Following the passage of the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill last Friday, right-wing pundit Ann Coulter has been on the war path against President Trump - who she called a "shallow, lazy ignoramus," that isn't "giving us what he promised at every single campaign stop."

Speaking candidly to a Columbia University audience comprised largely of College Republicans and a few hecklers expecting a debate, Coulter broke down her bitter disappointment with Trump - recounting one instance in which she and the President engaged in a "profanity-laced shouting match" in the Oval Office last year over what she felt was his weak follow-through on immigration promises made during the campaign. 

It kind of breaks my heart,” Coulter acknowledged of her disappointment with the president, and she recounted a profanity-laced shouting match she had with Trump in the Oval Office last year over what she saw as his lackluster follow-through on immigration policy. “He’s not giving us what he promised at every single campaign stop.” -Daily Beast

That said, Coulter still says that Trump was the best house in a bad neighborhood when it came to voting for the 2016 lineup of candidates.

“I regret nothing. I’d do the exact same thing," said Coulter. “We had 16 lunatics being chased by men with nets running for president—and Trump. So of course I had to be pedal-to-the-metal for Donald Trump. I’d been waiting 30 years for someone to say all these things”—i.e., that illegal immigration is hurting low-income American citizens and carries with it high rates of crime. “I went into this completely clear-eyed.”

I knew he was a shallow, lazy ignoramus, and I didn’t care,” said the conservative pundit. 

At one point in the evening, Coulter dispatched a heckler after she blamed income inequality in California on immigration.

We are bringing in immigrants who are good for the very rich,” she said. “They don’t live in their neighborhoods. They don’t fill up their schools or their hospital emergency rooms. And, oh boy, you should see how clean Juanita gets the bathtub. You can eat off of it after she’s done.

“You’re a racist!” shouted a young man from back.

No, I’m sorry, the people bringing in Juanita, the maid, and underpaying her, are the racists,” Coulter fired back. “You are a moron!” she added, to fervent applause. “You’re very stupid. I can’t argue with stupid people.”

On Wednesday evening, Coulter joined Fox Business Network's Lou Dobbs to discuss her "ignoramus" comment. When Dobbs called her out on it, she said "A switch changed with him," adding "An elegant person would have said the things he was saying. It was precisely that he was so coarse that allowed him to say these incredibly courageous things. He didn't care what Manhattan elites thought of him." 

Now all he wants is for Goldman Sachs to like him,” she continued. “I don’t know what happened. But that’s a different president. I haven’t changed. He has.”

“Affirmation complexes are never attractive and unfortunately I believe there is some truth to the fact that there are those in the White House who would like to guide him toward this liberal fantasy that is a nightmare for America and has proved to be such for our middle class which has been dwindling for the past 20 years,” Dobbs said, to Coulter’s hearty agreement. “Under this president, they’re starting to grow and money is starting to come in and we’re starting to see housing prices rise.”

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Last Friday after Trump signed the $1.3 trillion omnibus bill which he said he would "never sign another" like it again Coulter took to twitter to knock Trump down a peg.

Is Coulter going a little over the top with her outrage? Or is she simply echoing the sentiment of millions of Trump voters who expected a wall, an incarcerated Hillary Clinton and someone who wouldn't cave on a massive omnibus bill nobody read before passing?


Pairadimes Adolph.H. Thu, 03/29/2018 - 09:39 Permalink

We shall see what happens with the Omnibus bill. Hopefully there are some smart people in the White House pointing out the legal differences between a Budget and the Omnibus (Obama took advantage of these differences), and looking for the money for the wall in the defense dollars.

Should Trump find a way to take a hundred billion in savings while building the wall through creative funding diversion, this will have been a tempest in a teacup. But we need to see clear direction on this before November.


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MoreFreedom Not Goldman Sachs Thu, 03/29/2018 - 10:28 Permalink

Trump, just like his predecessors Obama and Bush, made a lot of promises he knew he couldn't keep.  Yet, he's kept a lot of promises he did make, and has worked towards keeping his promises unlike his predecessors.   Though there are some promises he made, I hope he doesn't keep.  I don't want to see a trade war, and while he promised to decimate ISIS he also said our meddling in the Middle East has been counterproductive yet he continues the meddling I guess to have the military industrial complex on his side.

I guess expectations have soured Coulter, yet I've been pleasantly surprised with Trump (having voted for Johnson).  I didn't expect Trump to cut spending, or that he'd be able to do much of anything about it.  Coulter is pre-occupied with, and has incorrect ideas about immigration IMHO, when it's not the most pressing issue.  Yet I agree with her that immigration laws should be enforced.  And I disagree with her that Trump is lazy as it's obvious he's been working hard. 

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MrAToZ InflammatoryResponse Thu, 03/29/2018 - 15:05 Permalink

Mitch "Mumbles" Mcconnell & Paul "Eddie Munster" Ryan are what happened. Both those idiots have some fever dream about Mexicans becoming Republicans and they are willing to roll the dice with American citizens well being to see if it will materialize. Coulter is spot on about immigration. Everything will get better when you build the wall and ship out everyone that is a drag on the economy.

Trump has done a lot of things right, but in my book this Omnibus bill cancels any credits he has. He needs to sick to what he campaigned on - namely immigration, or at least have the balls to tell us who or what is standing in the way of it. The buck stops with him. His first instincts were the right instincts.

Also can we stop already with the "Omnibus" and "Comprehensive" bills. These are just ways of sneaking a bunch of illicit spending in under the weight of wood pulp. More taxation without representation. More ways to spend money we don't have on things we don't need planned by people who don't know what their doing. How's about you just leave us alone and do your job which is by the way to leave us alone.

As for Trump leading an immoral life as one poster put it (when did the Jesuits start posting on Zero Hedge?), rich and powerful men fuck a lot of women, this is news to you? That is his business as long as he doesn't do it while he is POTUS. Everyone has a past you sanctimonious sack of shit. He has to deal with his choices and his conscious and as far as I can see he has kept his past private. I'm a Christian and people like you make me sick. You expect everyone to be the oak that you fancy yourself to be. You my friend are part of the problem. He was hired to do the things he ran on - nothing more.

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Theosebes Goodfellow Adolph.H. Thu, 03/29/2018 - 09:53 Permalink

Quit arguing as if the betrayal of 2016 isn't complete. Trump sold out to the Uni-Party and raised the debt by 5% in just ONE YEAR!

You can try to gussy that up anyway you like, but the fact that there is no wall money in the Omnibus spending package is all you need to know.

We trusted him, and he fucked us. What's the real laugher here, is that the same sad fucks who did this to us will want us to vote for them again and most of the pathetic fucks out there will.

Alas Babylon! My nation is lost.

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Endgame Napoleon Bay of Pigs Thu, 03/29/2018 - 11:25 Permalink

I have to vote based on economics, thinking about how I can find a job to support myself on earned-only income, admidst all of these welfare and tax-welfare-buttressed workers, including hordes of illegal aliens and their grown, womb-productive, welfare-consuming kids who can afford to work part time, staying below the earned-income limits for a multitude of monthly programs and refundable child tax credits. I cannot afford to vote based on foreign policy. 

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DoctorFix Bay of Pigs Thu, 03/29/2018 - 12:36 Permalink

And there you have it.  If the hiring of "Bonkers Bolton" didn't signal the end of everything then people have been asleep the entire time.  Bolton is the deep-state equivalent of a giant middle finger to everyone.  And I'm sick and tired of all the folks constantly saying "give him time... he knows what he's doing"  Blah blah blah.  I've heard the same since Reagan and it always ends the same way... more government, more war, more debt... and more lies about "give us a chance".  Hell... They had both houses and the white house and still fucked everyone over.  I don't vote any more because it's a rigged game in a crooked casino.  You WIN by not playing and ignore all the bleating coming out of their corrupt pie-holes.  Fuck-em!  Fuck-em all.  Fuck-em repeatedly till they die.

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Dabooda DoctorFix Thu, 03/29/2018 - 14:59 Permalink

"I don't vote any more because it's a rigged game in a crooked casino.  You WIN by not playing and ignore all the bleating coming out of their corrupt pie-holes. "

Unhappily, we're stuck in the casino, LOSING, whether we play the rigged game or not.  Step right up, folks!  Everyone a loser! 

Hey, if you voted for a winner,   you "deserve" whatever screwing the winner inflicts on everyone.

If you voted for a loser, hey, you voluntarily played the game where winners have the right to screw the losers.  So you "deserve" to get screwed.

If you didn't vote at all, hey, you COULD have voted against the winner, but you threw away your chance, so you "deserve" to get screwed.

Fuck 'em all?

Nice thought, but they're the fuckers and we're the fuckees.

We still have options, though, that have nothing to do with voting or not voting.  Emigrating. Going off-grid, raising your own food.  Black and gray marketeering.  Home-schooling.  Tax avoidance.  Not much future in violent revolution, but we can still find ways to make government irrelevant to our lives.


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Eyes Opened chunga Thu, 03/29/2018 - 12:47 Permalink

"One bombastic tweet about fake news and the mindless clods will get right back in line."


Thats the sad thing here...

And whats with all the sexist / misogynistic posts ?? This woman has been consistant in her support for Trumps electoral promises...

All those calling her names & bad-mouthing her should try telling us EXACTLY what is wrong with what she has said ??

She is a supporter of the POTUS.... but ... she is NOT a "trumptard" & I admire her for that... 

TRUMP is letting you down & AC is telling it like it is ... deal with it...or are y'all just a bunch of apologetic fucking snowflakes ??


AC FOR DC 2020 !!


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Endgame Napoleon Theosebes Goodfellow Thu, 03/29/2018 - 10:34 Permalink

Beyrayed Deplorables did not show up in these 3 elections: AL, VA and PA. I read somewhere that turnout in the Republican Party was the same, so that means it was the absence of us cross-over voters, the group voting for Trump mostly to stop wage-cutting, job-displacing, mass-scale, welfare-buttressed, illegal immigration. We could have been a new, loyal voting group of Reagan Democrats.

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brianshell Deep Snorkeler Thu, 03/29/2018 - 10:25 Permalink

Lazy? Lazy?

She lost me there.

Which president that was trying to get things done, with a majority in both houses, got more flack? The ninth circuit court, the state of California, the city states of Chicago, Seattle, Baltimore etc. have openly rebelled against the constitution. The previous administrations have built a shadow government that is obstructing the changes we want. All we want is a return to sanity.

Remember that wall was voted by congress a long time ago.

The ratline CIA FBI SES is squirming like a tapeworm in the guts of this country more than most of us realized until Trump got here and started a colonoscopy.

This ain't no slam dunk.

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