Ann Coulter is standing by her “love,” Ted Cruz.
The conservative pundit told “Power Players” that Cruz has a “huge” future in the Republican Party after leading the effort that led to the 16-day government shutdown earlier this month.
“I think he has a very bright future,” Coulter said of Cruz. “He was over in the House whipping the House Republicans. He was like a general in this.”
Coulter, who has previously called the government shutdown “magnificent,” explained why she supported Cruz’s hard-line stance of refusing funding for the government unless the president’s health care law was repealed.
“I think it was a good thing, because it branded Republicans as the anti-Obamacare party,” Coulter said. “Obamacare is less popular than the bubonic plague right now. That's a great branding,”
Coulter has just published a new book “Never Trust a Liberal Over 3 – Especially a Republican,” in which she makes a case that Republican activist groups, including some that have theRead More »from Ann Coulter’s political crush on Ted Cruz