Conservative author and political commentator Ann Coulter had some harsh words for Republicans who say they can work with Hillary Clinton if she wins the election in November.
“Any Republican who says he can work with Hillary Clinton is a traitor to the nation,” Coulter said in an interview with the Washington Examiner. “It’s finished.”
Coulter, an outspoken Trump supporter and author of the new book “In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!,” said a Clinton win would mean it’s “over” for the GOP and the nation.
“They’re whistling past the grave yard,” she said.
“It’s not just the GOP, it’s the country. It’s over. It was fun while it lasted but the country is finished. She and Tim Kaine have vowed to push through amnesty,” Coulter continued. “You grant amnesty, there will be a rush for a border.”
Coulter, a vocal opponent of illegal immigration found herself defending and then lashing out at Trump this week as the GOP nominee appeared to soften his previously hard-line stance on immigration.
“It’s over,” Coulter said again . “It’s over if she’s elected.”
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