Coulter: Hillary Announcing on Twitter To Avoid Picking a Fake Accent

Columnist and author of “Never Trust a Liberal Over 3-Especially a Republican,” Ann Coulter said Hillary Clinton planned to announce her presidential candidacy on social media so she didn’t have to decide which “dialect” to speak in on Saturday’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on the Fox News Channel.

“I think it has to be an announcement on Twitter because she didn’t know if she should go with a Tammy Wynette accent or the fake black accent, this solves all that” she stated. Coulter added that Hillary is using social media because “she’s 120…she’s specifically using Twitter to seem more youthful and I do think it’s because she doesn’t know which dialect to use, and she doesn’t want questions from the press.”

Coulter also predicted that there would more scandals from Clinton because “with Hillary, you can always expect more scandals…I don’t think the left is wildly enthusiastic about her, certainly not like they were for Obama.”

She concluded that Clinton is “extremely unpersonable, she does not have the normal political skills of a politician. Why? How did she get there? Because of who she happened to be married to” to the point where Dr. Josef Mengele “comes across as personable compared to Hillary.”

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