The girl who triggers a firestorm of controversies with her commentator skills, Ann Coulter is a political commentator. Ann has gained a good fan base with the debates she sets. She seems to be in the journey of becoming the most hated women of her nation and is succeeding with comments and mean demeanor.
The political commentator has written several controversial books with In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! topping the list. She has been able to grab the attention and captivate the hearts of many Americans with her contentious writings and comments.
Who Is Ann Coulter?
If you are an American and never heard of Ann Coulter, you are certainly missing a lot of political controversies. As a commentator, Ann has insulted Jews, widows and many democratic politicians.
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Ann Coulter (Photo: telegraph.co.uk)
She is one of the most open supporters of president Donald Trump and has written a book, In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!. The book is all about President Trump, and she defended him with a compelling sentence like “Trump is like a Shakespearean ‘fool’: he seems crass because he speaks the truth.”
She without any hesitation passes comments on Muslims and never fails to show that the Muslims are the terrorist and all should accept the fact. Reportedly, Ann once called the father of slain soldier Humayun Khan a “snarling Muslim.” Her judgement on Khizr Khan is nothing in respect to what she famously wrote after September 11 :
“We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.”
She believes that her country should be free of Jews and Muslims and filled with Christians only. Racist comments and hashtags she creates to get a lot of attention and retweets.
According to sources, early in 2015, she said on a talk with Fusion TV that,
“If you don’t want to be killed by Isis, don’t go to Syria. If you don’t want to be killed by a Mexican, there’s nothing I can tell you.”
She commented on widows of 9/11 victims when they endorsed John Kerry for president in 2004, saying,
"I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much."
This lady had the guts to call President Obama a “retard.” She has left no stone unturned to criticize other religion, race, democratic politicians and disabled people.
How Much Is Ann's Net Worth?
At the age of 56, she has summoned a net worth of $8.5 million throughout her career. Ann garners her net worth as an American conservative social and political commentator and a writer.
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She is also a lawyer and a syndicated columnist. The average salary of a political analyst is $84,232, and that of a columnist is $34,000. Looks like passing in controversial statements has contributed a good amount of fortune in Ann’s life. With a handful of money in her bag, she has gained a good number of criticizers who say that she advocates hate for attention and to make money out of it.
Ann was noticed in public when she was hired as a legal correspondent in 1996 by MSNBC. The channel dismissed her twice for the disrespectful statements she made. She is now seen on the screens and on-air as a guest artist and has written half a dozen books.
The ever-confident Ann Coulter was born in 1961 and marks her birthday on 8th December, as per wiki. She was born in New York City and belongs to American nationality with the birth name Ann Hart Coulter. She stands at a height of 1.83 m (6 feet).
She adopted conservative ideology since she was at kindergarten and has seen new heights with each passing year. In her educational career, she actively took part in political activities. While pursuing her studies at Cornell University, she was the founding member of Cornell University and even took part in Delta Gamma national sorority, which is a sorority in the United States and Canada.
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She graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor's degree in Art in history. Four years later in 1988, she graduated Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School. In University of Michigan Law School, she worked as an editor for The Michigan Law Review.