Ann Coulter isn't a fan of Newsweek's controversial Princess Diana cover, or the late princess herself.
Is Newsweek's Princess Diana cover distasteful?
"I find it a little baffling when Americans get so gaga-eyed over a princess," she tells The Insider when asked about the cover, which imagined Diana's life at 50. "In particular Lady Di, who was just this anorexic, bulimic narcissist."
The conservative commentator, who was ...
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Über conservative Ann Coulter has been out and about (shamelessly) plugging her new book, Guilty: Liberal Victims, but the ladies of The View weren't afraid to talk over her incessant interruptions. As soon as Whoopi jumped right in citing Coulter's whole shtick as "an act," all hell broke loose. But the real kicker comes around the 6:40 mark when Barbara asks if she may read an excerpt from her book and Coulter replies saying, "Yes, and read it like you're reading [Hitler's] Mein Kampf." It's as though you can actually see the tiny daggers shooting out of Babs' eyes. Is it just us, or does Coulter make Elizabeth look like Michael Moore?
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The "liberal media elite" is taking another bashing, and this time it's not from Sarah Palin.
Controversial conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter took to her website to bash NBC's Today show for its last-minute cancellation of her first- and fourth-hour appearances on Tuesday. Coulter was set to promote her new book, Guilty: Liberal 'Victims' and Their Assault on America, and suggests it was her right-leaning rhetoric that caused the cancellation, not NBC's claim that the show wanted to devote more time to the Middle East conflict.
"I guess this ends the 'they just want to get ratings' argument about liberal media bias," Coulter wrote. She also bashed NBC ...