She is not holding back.
Conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter referred to Sen. Ted Cruz as a “little bitch” for his refusal to endorse Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during his Wednesday night convention speech.
“Rubio comes out and, tepid as it may be, he does endorse Donald Trump,” Coulter said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Thursday. “It’s Cruz who is a little bitch who can’t get over it.”
She was totally surprised by the Texas Republican’s refusal to endorse Trump.
“I would have lost if we had made a bet on who would endorse Donald Trump first: Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz,” she said.
She added that Cruz “committed [political] suicide” by telling Republicans to vote their conscience rather than the nominee.
“I’m beginning to understand why Ted Cruz has been hated by everyone every place he’s ever been from kindergarten to the United States Senate,” she said later into the interview. “I must tell you the only way I’m making money this year is on bar bets trying to get Donald Trump in the White House.”
Coulter, whose most recent work is “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole,” has been one of Trump’s most fervent and steadfast supporters throughout his campaign.
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