Ann Coulter on Trump: “Our Candidate is Mental!”

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Ann Coulter called Donald Trump “mental” and compared him constantly having to bail out a 16-year-old son from prison.

The comments were made regarding the Trump tweet comparing his wife to the wife of Sen. Ted Cruz on during a podcast with Breitbart.com’s Milo Yiannopoulos.

The reference is to a tweet that Trump posted last week that included a deplorable picture of Heidi Cruz side by side with an airbrushed photo of his former-nude-model-turned-wife Melania.

Ann Coulter called Donald Trump “mental” and compared him constantly having to bail out a 16-year-old son from prison.

The tweet was in response to an anti-Trump ad using Melania’s nude photo from a G.Q. shoot.

Trump proceeded to blame Cruz even though the head of the PAC is an outspoken critic of him.

The ConservativeFiringLine reports:

Coulter said she’s been able to defend much of what Trump has said, but called the tweet, “the worst thing he’s done.”

Referring to Trump as “lowbrow,” Coulter said she still supports him because of his position on immigration.

“Let’s just talk about what he’s good on,” she said. “He’s the only one who is going to build a wall. But please stop testing our patience on the rest of this stuff.”

Coulter seems to be still supporting the candidate she calls “Daddy”, but at least admits that Trump appeals often to the lowest common denominator: “Yeah, I just wish it would be a teensy bit less lowbrow.

Yiannopoulos referred Coulter right back to her own often outrageous tweets.

Yiannopoulos: “No, you don’t get in trouble for your tweets at all.

Coulter: “Yes, but I’m not running for president. Moreover, I’m a little testy with our man right now.

Yiannopoulos “Oh, you are? Daddy has annoyed you?

Whatever you think of Ann Coulter, she definitely is entertaining and does well to keep media attention with her over the top presense. Is her support cracking? Maybe!

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