Ann Coulter (AP/Cliff Owen)
Ann Coulter begs Donald Trump to appoint anybody but that traitor Chris Christie as vice president
Christie supported Rubio, which to Coulter's mind, means he fails her GOP purity test
May 12, 2016 7:48PM (UTC)
Ann Coulter isn't satisfied merely commenting on Donald Trump's presidential aspirations -- she's clearly invested herself in trying to shape them, as it evidenced by her latest tweet:
She wants to be sure that the presumptive GOP nominee doesn't make what, to her mind, would would be a severe miscalculation in bringing on board the governor of a state that, if it went red, would clearly help the Republican Party win the presidency.
Of course, if Coulter wants to continue to be petty about immigration and forever play the short-game, Democrats would be more than happy to let Trump take her advice.
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