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Fox News anchor Shepard Smith was on “The Kelly File” Thursday morning and had a question for her guest, conservative commentator Ann Coulter.
Coulter, who is the author of a new book, Dangerous Women: The Tragedy of Women in American Life, has made headlines recently after she made comments about Coulter’s body.
Smith asked her to explain her views on the Republican candidate, Donald Trump.
Coulter responded, “I’m not a Republican.
I’m a free speech advocate, so I’m not going to let you have that privilege.
It’s not worth it.
If you’re going to talk about me, you can talk about any other person, but not with me.”
“So, you’re not going into a room, you just start talking about me,” Coulter said.
“Because I’m the only one who’s not going in a room and you have the right to say what you want about me.”
Coulter was also asked by Smith what she thought about the Republican Party.
Coulter said that she “didn’t really see any reason” for the GOP to support Trump, but that she thinks Trump’s policies would be better than those of other candidates.
“I think he would be a very good president,” Coulter told Smith.
“There’s a lot of good things about the way he’s governing, and I think that the party that they’re governing in is the party of Donald Trump, which is not a good thing for America.”
Coulter is currently a member of the Trump campaign and has expressed support for the presumptive Republican nominee in the past.
The host of “The Five” also asked Coulter if she would consider voting for Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson if he were to win the presidency.
“It depends on how much they’re going for it, and if they’re not gonna support Donald Trump,” Coulter responded.
“If they’re gonna vote for me, I’m going to vote for him, but I don’t know.
I mean, I don, because I don.
I donít know.”