Exclusive: Ann Coulter Says Democrat Obama Administration Will Not Indict Hillary Clinton

Conservative author and pundit Ann Coulter delivers remarks to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Marriott Wardman Park February 10, 2012 in Washington, DC. Thousands of conservative activists are attending the annual gathering in the nation's capital. (Photo by
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MILFORD, New Hampshire – Best-selling author and Donald Trump supporter Ann Coulter tells Breitbart News the Obama administration will not indict Hillary Clinton over the national security scandal involving her use of an insecure private server for her emails while Secretary of State.

“No, there’s not going to be an indictment,” Coulter tells Breitbart News. “Not going to happen, over.”

“I haven’t been paying attention to her particular law breaking but I know Democrats,” Coulter says.

“Democrats do not indict Democrats,” she adds.

“Maybe these will be famous last words, but it wasn’t that long ago that Senator Joe Lieberman was on the Senate floor denouncing Bill Clinton for more astonishing and open felonies than we’re talking about with Hillary and–whoa!- in the end, you couldn’t even get one United States Senator to vote to remove Bill Clinton after an impeachment,” Coulter notes.

When asked by Breitbart News if she agrees with the pundits who are now calling it a three-man race, Coulter responds concisely: “Trump, Trump, and Trump.”

Coulter also suspects the increase in Republican voter turnout and decline in Democrat voter turnout seen at the Iowa caucuses may be attributable to Trump’s candidacy.

“You have so many Democrats and people who haven’t voted for thirty years coming out for Trump, but no surprise,” she adds.

On Tuesday evening, Coulter warmed up the crowd of 5,000 at the Donald Trump rally in Milford, New Hampshire with an address that brought on a cascade of cheers.

“Tonight, we’re in Trump country,” Coulter told the crowd, noting that Donald Trump is a different kind of presidential candidate.

“This is a very strange campaign. I’ve never seen anything like this. Politicians are supposed to make promises they are not going to keep,” Coulter added.

Trump, she said, was not that kind of candidate.

Instead of making promises he won’t be able to keep, Coulter said, Trump simply says exactly what he will do if elected president: build a wall and limit illegal immigration.


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