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Conservative columnist and author Ann Coulter is tired of pro-Trump people being looked down on as unintelligent Walmart shoppers.
As one of his most outspoken surrogates, Coulter expressed what she considers misguided examples of why people are against the front-runner.
On abortion, for one, she said that Ted Cruz and others insist that Trump is in favor of abortion based on a statement he made in 1999, but then recanted a year later in a change of heart.
“If Donald Trump was running for state legislature in the year 2060 after Roe v. Wade was overturned and happens to be in a place that will pass those laws, that’s a relevant question,” Coulter told Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s “Hardball” Tuesday.
“I think I’d be a lot more upset that women are going to get a lot more abortions if we don’t close our border with Mexico and bring in all of Latin American rape culture.”
Coulter, who wrote “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole” has made it clear that illegal immigration was the real issue. She considers abortion to be a minor issue, even going so far as to say she didn’t care if Trump wanted to perform abortions in the White House.
“I suppose you could judge someone on whether you consider them gauche or their supporters [are] Wal-Mart shoppers, but I think there are more important things,” she said, adding that he was the only candidate that would build a border wall and deport illegal aliens.
“If you care about women, and if you care about the women of this country, Trump is definitely your guy,” she concluded.
Watch the clip via MSNBC (begins about 50 second mark):
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