Coulter: I Can See Trump Winning Presidency ‘More Than I Can See Any Of the Other Ones’

Columnist and author of “Adios, America” Ann Coulter stated she could see Donald Trump winning the presidency “more than I can see any of the other ones winning the nomination and winning the presidency right now” on Monday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel.

Coulter said she would continue supporting Trump “as long as he keeps talking the way he’s talking on immigration.” and “I can see him more than I can see any of the other ones winning the nomination and winning the presidency right now, certainly winning the presidency.”

Earlier, she stated, “My only quibble with him is that number one, it’s legal immigrants too, and number two, there are no good ones.” She clarified that “It’s not worth the administrative affair.”

She added, “the question isn’t, ‘Are you a good person?’ Oh, automatic entry…to the greatest country in the world with an enormous welfare state. The question is, ‘Is it good for the people already living here?’ I don’t care if they’re not going to commit crimes. Are they using our schools, our roads, our hospitals? … I want the nuclear physicists. I want people to replace United States Senators’ jobs and Wall Street Journal editor’s jobs, not my landscaper’s job.”

Coulter continued, “this is why it is the most important issue, is post-1970 immigrants…we are taking the poorest of the poor from the most corrupt, backward cultures in the world. Nobody goes home. 30% used to go home, now nobody goes home, you go on welfare. But, most importantly, post-1970 immigrants are voting 8 to 2 for the Democrats. If they were voting 8 to 2 for the Republicans, [Sen.] Chuck Schumer (D-NY) would be on the border with the Minutemen. This has changed the political landscape. I mean, Republicans have been hit just wave after wave of loss, the gay marriage and Obamacare, Obama himself. Obama would never have been elected without the Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 Immigration Act.”

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