Conservative author and columnist Ann Coulter hints that she may be vying for a position in a future Donald Trump administration — as secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
As evidenced by her latest book, “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole,” Coulter, liker Trump, is strongly against illegal immigration and would run a much tighter ship than Jeh Johnson, the current DHS chief.
She made her remarks at the Eagle Forum’s Collegian Summit in Washington, D.C., where she remarked that the real estate billionaire is “more likely to be the next president than Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio.”
Coulter made this prediction even if he runs as a third-party candidate, stating that if Ross Perot could pick up 20 percent of the vote in 1992, Trump could do much better.
Later into the session, she made her pitch.
“I would like to be the head of Donald Trump’s homeland security.” She said she was only “slightly joking,” because “I don’t think it’s that hard to figure out.”
“I’ll get it all done before breakfast,” Coulter said, adding that she “could kind of guess who the criminals are going to be at least 50 percent of the time.”
She said she would bring America back to the good old days, when immigration was more tightly controlled.
“There was no pussyfooting around,” she said. “We’re assimilating you, you’re here, and you’re going to be an American. There will be no celebration of Cinco de Mayo, there will be no Ramadan, in fact there won’t even be a Feast of the Immaculate Conception –- we are an Anglo-Protestant country, and you will learn about the Battle of Valley Forge.”
Listen to the audio, via Right Wing Watch.
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