Ann Coulter sums up what Americans could be in for if Trump isn’t elected with 2 sobering words

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Conservative columnist Ann Coulter said that because of our lax immigration policies and poor enforcement, the United States is the only country that doesn’t have a home.

Taking it further, she said that if Donald Trump isn’t elected president, Americans will be “forever homesick.”

The author of, “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole,” made her remarks during an interview on BBC Radio 4 Wednesday.

She said that Republicans “have completely betrayed the American voter” by not stopping the massive migration through our borders.

“Americans don’t want immigration. They don’t want it anymore. Why can’t we have a home?” Coulter asked. “We’re the only people on Earth who aren’t allowed to have a home!”

When the interviewer pointed out that America is a country of immigrants, she shot back “We have pauses every now and then. We’re being overwhelmed!”

Coulter agreed that the defining issue of Trump’s campaign is immigration.

“Immigration is the issue Americans have been defied on for 20 years,” she said.

“It’s madness,” Coulter said of politicians who want to give illegal immigrants in-state tuition and drivers licenses. “But the main point of what Trump is doing is putting Americans first.”

She indicated that she’s less confident that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee will win in November than she once was.

“And in your view what happens if he loses?” she was asked.

It’s over,” Coulter said. “We’re going to be homesick for the rest of our lives.”

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