Columnist and author of “Adios, America,” Ann Coulter heavily praised Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s (R) immigration position and said she would be supporting him on Tuesday’s “America with Jorge Ramos” on Fusion.
Coulter said that while none of the GOP presidential candidates have her exact position on immigration, she stated, “What’s interesting now is Scott Walker’s the first one of the announced candidates to come out and say he wants to protect American jobs and American livelihoods, and it’s as if, until this moment, all the Republican candidates have agreed, ‘OK, none of us will take steroids,’ now that he’s said it, that screws all of the rest of them. And I think he’ll be the candidate unless my luck with Romney –.”
Ramos then asked of Walker, “So, you will be supporting him?” Coulter responded, “Yeah. Oh, yeah.”
She concluded by criticizing former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R) and Florida Senator Marco Rubio, adding “And as for Cruz, I mean, he’s making some good noises, but he’s said some terrible things about amnesty in the past, so, no.”
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