Ann Coulter gets grilled on immigration, calls out Raven-Symoné for 'Watermelondrea' comment, praises Trump on 'The View'

For a change, conservative intellectual Ann Coulter experienced difficulty getting a word in edgewise. 

Ann Coulter appeared on "The View" Friday to promote her new book, "Adios America!: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third-World Hellhole."
Ann Coulter appeared on "The View" Friday to promote her new book, "Adios America!: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third-World Hellhole."

Coulter rampaged through "The View" Friday, deliberately misspeaking "farewell" while shielding her dubious migration perspectives to a Nicaraguan-conceived specialist, calling co-host Raven-Symoné a two-timer for her late supremacist remarks, and communicating energetic backing for GOP leader Donald Trump.

Be that as it may, the ABC's hosts television show battled back.

The dialog rapidly grew strained when they started flame broiling Coulter — who showed up on the show to advance her new book, "Farewell America!: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third-World Hellhole" — on her relentless perspectives on undocumented settlers.

"We're acquiring millions and a great many individuals from exceptionally poor societies, from in reverse societies," the sharp-tongued creator said of the United States' post-1965 movement approaches. "We don't should be importing other nations' destitute individuals."



Co-host Ana Navarro, whose family emigrated from Nicaragua in 1980, tested Coulter to shield her own particular family's movement story.

"I'm plunged from pioneers, not from foreigners," the 53-year-old intellectual answered. "I'm living in America, which was made by pilgrims, not by migrants."

Indian-conceived specialist Padma Lakshmi contended that Coulter was summing up, specifying that her own particular mother moved to the U.S. in the 1970s to fill in as a medical attendant.

"At whatever point individuals discuss the foreigners we like, similar to your mom, they refer to the settlers that aren't the greater part of workers coming in," Coulter let go back. "So fine, OK, on the off chance that will be specialists. In any case, we have a lion's share of workers on welfare."
Co-host Ana Navarro (second from l.), whose family emigrated from Nicaragua in 1980, challenged Coulter to defend her own family's immigration story.
Co-host Ana Navarro (second from l.), whose family emigrated from Nicaragua in 1980, challenged Coulter to defend her own family's immigration story.


Co-host Raven-Symoné, who apologized Sunday for saying she would never contract somebody with a "ghetto" name like "Watermelondrea," stewed unobtrusively for a great part of the gabfest — and when she at long last spoke up to blame Coulter for mudslinging, the fair haired observer quickly threw back.

"All things considered, I'm at any rate discussing arrangement," Coulter said. "You have a position on what individuals' names ought to be. Watermelondrea — I mean, you'll affront individuals for their names."

The savant's minimum disputable remarks came when she adulated the self-subsidized extremely rich person hopeful Trump for tackling "the political class and the benefactor class."

"He's incredible," she spouted. "He's platitude things that individuals have been kicking the bucket for somebody to say, however they won't."

"I adore his hair," she
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