Ann Coulter appeared on Wednesday's edition of Hannity on the FOX News Channel to address the cancellation of her speech at Berkeley and her frustration with the Republican party. Coulter said the GOP should change their motto to 'next time.'
"What I am frustrated with right now is I think the GOP should change their motto to 'Next Time.' 'We'll fight this next time. We'll show them how good we are this time,'" Coulter said about President Trump's reluctance to keep his campaign promise on The Wall and other immigration issues. "Um, no, we want to win now. Whether it comes to judges, Ruth Bader Ginsburg... gets about 98 votes from Republicans and Clarence Thomas, 52, Gorsuch, barely slips through."
"You have Donald Trump, he gives away DACA and then he doesn't get the wall," Coulter said. "Well, that will show them how good he is. What a good humanitarian by saying what a big heart he has for those DREAMers, the illegal aliens he promised to deport. Next time we'll get them."
"And now we have YAF (Young Americans for Freedom) saying well, we are going to strike a blow for the next speaker at Berkeley. No, I want to win now," Coulter said about the Berkeley speech cancellation.
"Can Republicans ever win now?" Coulter asked.
I’m very sad about Berkeley's cancelation, but my sadness is greater than that. It is a dark day for free speech in America.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 26, 2017
It’s sickening when a radical thuggish institution like Berkeley can so easily snuff out the cherished American right to free speech.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 26, 2017
I am so grateful to people like Bill Maher, Chris Matthews and Margaret Carlson for opposing Berkeley’s censorship.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 26, 2017