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Conservative pundit Ann Coulter, a Trump supporter and strong immigration patriot, had strong words for multi-billionaire Charles Koch.
Koch wants you to know what a wonderful person he is, even if he is one of those mean nasty Republicans. You see, he now considers both Donald Trump and Ted Cruz to be “terrible role models.”
In a feat of virtue signaling that rivals any John Kasich cry-fest, Koch distanced himself from both front-runners and insisted that he just may prefer Hillary Clinton to either Trump or Cruz.
Koch’s issues of disagreement seem to be Cruz’s comments about carpet-bombing ISIS strongholds and Trump’s statements about putting a hold on Muslim immigration.
Coulter also bashed Koch on Twitter. Here are some of her tweets and a few reactions:
FLEXIBILITY! Instead of deporting all MS-13 gang members, Trump should move some to Wichita. https://t.co/d4fbv4Cdhf
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 24, 2016
— Emily Flitter (@FlitterOnFraud) April 24, 2016
@AnnCoulter Koch not supporting Trump is more validation that Trump is the anti establishment candidate
— Scott Bolas (@scottyhasty) April 24, 2016
@AnnCoulter Trump is a working billionaire. Charles Koch et al made most of their wealth off of what we call 'mailbox money' in Texas
— E DEPLORABUS UNUM (@LowInfoTweeter) April 24, 2016
— Ryan Stafford (@rstafford9) April 24, 2016
And what epic liberal RINO rant is complete without a Nazi reference, right? Koch doesn’t disappoint. “What was worse was this ‘we’ll have them all registered.’ That’s reminiscent of Nazi Germany. I mean, that’s monstrous as I said at the time.”
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