Ann Coulter Shares Dark Suggestion on How Donald Trump Can Help US

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter offered a dark solution on Saturday when she was asked what former President Donald Trump “needs to do” to “take America back.”


First rising to prominence as a critic of former President Bill Clinton, Coulter has long been an outspoken proponent of conservative political ideals. This extended, for a time, to supporting Trump in the lead-up to and aftermath of the 2016 election. That same year, she notably published a book titled, In Trump We Trust.


She quickly soured on him, however, owing to what she perceived as his failures on immigration matters, a topic she has written and spoken about extensively. Among her issues with Trump were his support of “DREAMers,” the underage children of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as minors who were granted permanent residency by the DREAM Act, and later his failure to build his much-hyped wall along the southern border with Mexico. By 2018, she had referred to herself as a “former Trumper.”


“Put a fork in Trump, he’s dead,” Coulter wrote online in September 2017, paraphrasing a reaction to Trump’s support for the DREAM Act from a Breitbart News commenter that was included in a Washington Post report.

Coulter spoke with similar hostility about Trump’s political future in a Saturday evening post to X, the platform previously known as Twitter. Responding to another user asking “in her opinion” what Trump “needs to do” to “help us take America back,” she did not mince words.

“Maybe he could die?” Coulter asked.


Daily Topnotch reached out to Trump’s office via email on Sunday afternoon for comment.


After previously endorsing him for president in 2016, Coulter declined to endorse any candidate in the 2020 race, which Trump ultimately lost to Joe Biden. In a speech from November 2020, she encouraged the party to move on from Trump himself, but carry forward his policies, urging “Trumpism without Trump.”

DeSantis ultimately dropped out of the presidential race last month after a distant second-place finish against Trump in the Iowa caucuses, after months of steadily losing ground to the former president in the polls. Trump is now all but completely assured of securing the nomination, with former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley being the only remaining major candidate in opposition to him.

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